Top-5 Reasons You Must Take Friday, August 15 Off From Work
You may have heard that the 15th Annual Sean and Richie Golf Tournament is now on a FRIDAY, sponsored by my friends at Mohawk Honda! Now, what could be better than taking a 3-day weekend in the middle of August and starting it out with a round of golf with a great friend, an incredible lunch at Stadium Golf Club, and a concert from future country music star John King?
The best part is it is all to help the kids at St. Jude. I cannot think of a better reason or charity to help out.
You will however, probably have to get Friday the 15th off from work and sometimes that can be tricky. You can go the call-in-sick-the-night-before route, but what if your boss is at the tournament? Awkward. I think the best bet is to ask your boss to be a hole sponsor and suggest that they take you and maybe a couple of clients out for a great day of golf, beer, food and music. This way you get the day off, you get credit for coming up with a great idea AND you don't have to pay.
If this doesn't work, well then you are just going to have to take a personal or vacation day, but again, it's so worth it. With that in mind, I thought I'd give you just a little push with... The Top-5 Reasons You Need to Take August 15 off and golf with me.
5. There's a golf tournament happening. Duh.
4. You get to hang out with your favorite radio show, "The Sean and Richie Show."
3. You get to help kids with cancer find a cure and live long and happy lives.
2. You get to see a great Nashville recording artist, John King, perform live while you eat an incredible lunch.
1. GOLF AND BEER!
Remember it's only $107 a golfer or $375 for a foursome! That is an incredible deal. Now to get yourself registered, ask about sponsorship, or if you have ANY questions please contact WGNA'S Nick Germano at 881-1515 today.
Or, if you're ready to just get paid up and registered right now just click this sign-up link. Don't want to golf? No problem, you can still sign up to enjoy lunch and watch John King perform.
And check out John King's great first song, "Tonight, Tonight" right here: