Warrior Custom Golf Supports the Hillcrest Country Club?s Rally For The Cure (Pink Ribbon) Women?s Golf Tournament

Warrior Custom Golf Supports the Hillcrest Country Club’s Rally For The Cure (Pink Ribbon) Women’s Golf Tournament










Irvine, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2011

Warrior Custom Golf is proud to announce their support of the Hillcrest Country Club’s Rally For The Cure women’s golf tournament held at the Hillcrest Country Club in Mount Vernon, Iowa. Dr. Stephanie Frantz is hosting the event in an effort to spread the life saving message of early detection of breast cancer to Rally For The Cure participants and to the people in their lives.

“The Hillcrest Women’s Golf, wish to sincerely thank Warrior for their fabulous donation. Thanks to Warrior and our other donors all the money we take in will be given to Rally For The Cure for breast cancer,” stated Dr. Stephanie Frantz host of the Hillcrest Country Club’s Rally For The Cure Women’s Golf Tournament.

Rally For The Cure is a partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Conde Nast Publications, the volunteer Ambassadors and the participants nationwide. Since its inception in 1996, this awareness-driven event has spread the life saving message of early detection of breast cancer to more than 1.4 million Rally For The Cure participants and to the people in their lives.

About Rally For The Cure

Rally for the Cure® is about people who are committed to making an impact in the fight against breast cancer. Rally is an awareness program that provides a simple platform for people to educate their friends, family and community about breast health and breast cancer. Our volunteer organized golf, tennis and social events have communicated the important message that early detection saves lives to over 1.9 million people and have generated over $ 60 million for Susan G. Komen for the Cure® since 1996.

For more information visit their website at http://www.rftcpromotions.com

About Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Nancy G. Brinker promised her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer forever. In 1982, that promise became Susan G. Komen for the Cure® and launched the global breast cancer movement. Today, Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures. Thanks to events like Rally for the Cure®, Komen has invested nearly $ 1.5 billon to fulfill their promise, becoming the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world. For more information about Susan G. Komen for the Cure, breast health or breast cancer, visit http://www.komen.org or call 1-877 GO KOMEN.

About Conde Nast

Rally for the Cure® is a division of Condé Nast, the premier media company that publishes magazines like Golf Digest, SELF and Bon Appétit. Condé Nast supports Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s commitment to awareness as the first step in eliminating breast cancer by supporting the Rally program and providing Komen for the Cure invaluable exposure across its magazine brands.

Through the efforts of Rally, Condé Nast is Komen’s largest cause marketing partner and financial contributor. Without the support and ongoing commitment from Condé Nast, Rally for the Cure would not be in existence. To learn more about Condé Nast Publications visit http://www.condenast.com

About Warrior Custom Golf

Warrior Custom Golf, Inc. was established for the singular purpose of developing, manufacturing and marketing custom golf clubs for golfers worldwide. They are dedicated to the continual development of affordable state-of-the-art custom golf products.

Warrior produces many more club sets in a given week than some of the most “famous brands” with one distinct difference – every one of their clubs is custom built to the exact specifications of each customer.

As a result, Warrior has surpassed $ 200 million in sales with over 500,000 satisfied customers and is one of the fastest growing golf companies in the nation. Warrior’s corporate headquarters is located in Irvine, California where its 30,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility employs over 200 individuals year-round. Building Warrior golf clubs on-site makes the latest technology available to their customers at the lowest price possible. The quality of their products, affordable pricing and their 100% satisfaction guarantee policy all contribute to Warrior’s continued success. Also every year Warrior donates to thousands of charity golf events nationwide to help raise money for worthy causes.

For more information on Warrior Custom Golf you can contact them at (800) 610-9592 or visit their website http://www.warriorcustomgolf.com

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Last SCCA Lake Superior Pro Rally is Team’s First

Last SCCA Lake Superior Pro Rally is Team’s First










(PRWEB) November 4, 2004

While others were competing in their last SCCA sanctioned Performance Rally Houghton, MI local Carl Seidel, age 21, of Die Fliegen Legion Racing competed in his first this weekend of October 22nd and 23rd, the Ottawa Club Rally and Auto Value Keweenaw Challenge Club Rally run in conjunction with the SCCA Lake Superior Pro Rally based out of Houghton, MI. Teamed up with rookie co-driver Eric Iverson, age 22 from Minneapolis, MN, the two took to the stages in car number 690, their Production class 1988 Volkswagen GTI 16v. They headed out with a conservative approach on their minds for the weekend, as the main objective was to finish their first events and work on communication and driving skills.

Friday night the stages were rainy, muddy, and slippery. Yet the team was able to finish and place 3rd in Production class by more than four minutes. On the last stage they stopped to help pull a fellow competitor out of the ditch and lost over a minute, and also damaged a wheel and control arm on a rock when caught in a rut.

Saturday’s event went smoothly despite the conditions. On the first stage of the day the team counted at least four cars already off in the ditches and trees and out of the rally. A few cars continued to succumb to the conditions and were forced to drop out throughout the day. Few problems arose with the car so Seidel and Iverson continued with their cautious approach and were determined to finish. The final stage of the day was the same road as the first stage that claimed many cars, but run in reverse. On stage they still caught the car in front of them, and were passed by the car behind them, but the main thing is that they finished. And despite losing more than two minutes on the last stage the team still finished 2nd in Production class.

Seidel and Iverson were very happy to have just finished, placing high in their class was an added bonus. In addition to conservative driving and good communication the team couldn’t have done as well without their service crew and the support of Martineau and Morris Contracting, Inc of Houghton. The pair also hope to continue their rallying efforts in 2005, starting with the Sno*Drift club rallies in Atlanta, MI on January 28th and 29th.

For more information on DFL Racing, please visit http://myweb.nmu.edu/~cseidel/

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