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DynCorp International to Host “The Pulse of Tomorrow” Charity Golf Tournament in Alabama

On November 11, the employees of DynCorp International (DI) will host the finale in a series of three events dedicated to the health and well-being of families, friends, colleagues and communities. The Pulse of Tomorrow Charity Golf Tournament to benefit The American Heart Association will be held at Hampton Cove in Owens Crossroads, AL. Hampton Cove is located at 450 Old Highway 431, Owens Crossroads, AL 35763. Download the flier for more details.

REGISTRATION FOR THE CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

Registration for the four-person captain’s choice scramble opens at 7 a.m. on November 11 and the tournament will begin at 8 a.m. As part of the registration package, golfers receive carts, greens fees, range balls, course drinks, breakfast, lunch, and a tee gift.

SPONSOR AND SUPPORT THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

All proceeds from the tournament will go directly to the American Heart Association for research and support of building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Each sponsorship package includes a foursome, recognition on the event website, and signage. There are still several opportunities including: Hole Sponsor – $1,500, Men’s Closest-to-Pin – $2,000, Women’s Closest-to-Pin – $2,000, Men’s Longest Drive – $2,000, Women’s Longest Drive – $2,000, Awards – $2,500, Hole-in-One – $2,000, Breakfast/Registration – $2,000, Beverage Cart – $3,000, Bronze Sponsor – $5,000, Gold Sponsor – $7,000, and Platinum Sponsor – $10,000. For more information about sponsoring, contact jason.rossbach@dyn-intl.com.

SAVING LIVES WITH THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

As part of an initiative to raise $200,000 for the American Heart Association, DI is also a proud sponsor of the Greater Washington Region Heart Walk on November 5 on the National Mall in Washington, DC. DynCorp International CEO Lou Von Thaer is serving as the event chair for The Heart Walk, which is the American Heart Association’s premiere event for raising funds to go toward research for treatment and cures for deadly heart-related illnesses.

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