Quinn Insurance British Masters promoters are tickled pink after a host of companies stepped forward to support the exciting Pink Friday initiative, which supports the Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer charities.
International Sports Management started the ball rolling by contributing £100 for every birdie and £200 for every eagle scored by each of their stable of players on Friday 26th September.
On hearing of the sponsorship Barclays Capital, FL Partners, Go Catering, IMG, The Jeremy Kyle Show, Le Meridien, Ping, Pinnacle Point and Trion:Z also offered to sponsor players or donate funds on the day to raise money for Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer, the official Pink Friday charities who will receive an equal share of the final sum.
In addition Audemars Piguet, Acushnet, The Belfry and Moet & Chandon have donated fantastic prizes to help make the day a huge success.
ISM Managing Director Andrew ‘Chubby’ Chandler said: “I’m delighted with the amount of support we’ve already had for Pink Friday and I’d like to thank all the companies involved for their help and encouragement. I hope we raise plenty of money on the day for this worthy cause.”
It’s not too late for companies to get involved with Pink Friday.
Any businesses wishing to sponsor a golfer for the day or donate money or prizes should contact Louise Facey at ISM on 01565 832100.
Any individuals wanting to donate money can log on to www.breakthrough.org or call 08080 100200 or www.breastcancercampaign.org or call 0207 749 3700.