Calling on the High Tech Community!
June 07, 2006

  • Call for Teams
  • Tuesday, July 4, 2006, Loch March Golf & Country Club
  • Sponsorship Opportunity


Ottawa, June 7, 2006 - Calling on the High Tech community forcontinued support towards funding stroke research by participating in a day offun and golf.

We are asking the high-tech community to make a special effort this yearto support the Heart and Stroke Foundation through CATA's 12th Annual 'StrokeFore Stroke' Golf Tournament. The event takes place on Tuesday, July 4 at theLoch March Golf Club. You will see that more than $300K has been raised for thecause through everyone contributing a small but important share of the proceeds.

CATA and its members have found the venue to be an excellent opportunityto meet clients as well as show their corporate citizenship. Take a few minutesto review our Stroke Fore Stroke web site for registration and sponsorshipdetails.

Register your team!

$1,100 for a team of four players
$900 if your company has less than 50 employees
$225 for individual players
Prices include a "heart-smart" lunch, dinner, business card draws, contest prizes, and lots of fun!

For more information contact:
Muriel Debroy at CATAAlliance
Phone: (613) 236-6550
Email: mdebroy@cata.ca

Registration is open to 4 person teams or individuals from any member of Canada's advanced technology community. Space is limited to 36 teams and the tournament fills up earlier every year, so sign up today!

Come on out and join the fun for a worthwhile cause! Participants always enjoy the many on-course skill challenges that go along with the tournament: the putting contest, the risk/reward hole, the fish bowl shooting, the 'ducks in a row' shot, and our always popular silent auction.

The 'Stroke Fore Stroke' Golf Tournament has sponsor opportunities still available such as:

  • Team golf carts $2,500
  • Par Three Challenge $1,500
  • Thank You Booklet $1,000

So sign up today and become part of a "swinging" crowd.

Last year's major sponsors included:
Cognos Inc.
RBC Dominion Securities
Chuck Browns Golf
Scotia MacLeod (Paul Delfino, Kanata)