Hole sponsors, including Brand Alive and Right Stuff, were invited to adorn their areas and host themed games. After careful deliberation ComutaNet was declared the winner of the sought-after Best Hole Sponsor floating trophy.
In his dinner address, ABF Patron, Andy Rice outlined the ABF as "an incredibly worthy organization and cause" and encouraged all to continue their support for the efforts of the fund in the years and months to come.
"The advertising and media industry came out again this year to back the ABF Vital Support Fund during one of the busiest months in the industry calendar," says President of the ABF, Alexander Leibner, "We had a good mix of media and advertising teams participating and planning begins now to make sure the ABF Crazy Golf Day 2013 surpasses our efforts to date."
Playboy Magazine provided a 12-month digital subscription to all players, DStv gave away two HD-PVR's plus installation and Capricorn FM gave away R10 000 in commercial airtime in the dinner lucky draw. Longest Drive and Nearest to the Pin walked away with a fantastic two nightstay for two at 54 on Bath in Rosebank and an exclusive wine tasting for ten hosted by Warwick Wines respectively.
"The ABF would like to thank everybody who played a part in the golf day. Our sponsors are a fundamental part of our events and we're looking forward to raising the bar with them on next year's event," comments Alexander.
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