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The Athletic Club has a legacy of hosting major championships. Courtesy AAC
Robert Searl February 24, 2014 at 05:10 pm
Hmmmm, a "uniform" consisting of a hat, belt and shirt that can be used for one event andRead More must be paid for? So the fee offsets the perks; are there not tax implications? Heather, your marketing skills are to be admired. May I quote you on the tax relief figures?
Heather February 24, 2014 at 06:05 pm
Again - this volunteer opportunity is not for everyone - but in 2011 for the 93rd PGA ChampionshipRead More they needed 3500 volunteers and the fee was $203. All positions were filled. Robert - thank you, and the the figures are available on state's Economic Development site http://www.georgia.org/ under Tourism.
Aileen Wyckoff February 24, 2014 at 06:26 pm
I attempted this on me phone, alas, so if it appears later, forgive the double-up. The AAC is on myRead More 'list' thanks to the development debacle, BUT I do know of folks that have volunteered for these events in the past and had a ball. It can be tiring particularly if hot, but between the souvenir shirt, the discounts, and most importantly, access to the grounds and thereby the players, it's a deal if you love golf.
wendyknight May 10, 2012 at 12:31 pm
Online universities like WGU keep getting bad reviews. The truth is, most degrees in 10 years willRead More be online. I went through High Speed Universities for my BSN, and now WGU for my Master.
William Osborne August 12, 2012 at 01:53 pm
Suggestion: I live here in Cherokee county--no small dog like a chihuahua or chihuahua mix shouldRead More EVER be left outside unprotected in a fenced yard. To a bird of prey, and we have quite a few of them here, they are not dogs: they are lunch!