Golfers: Let’s Support USF AMA Chapter Students while playing Golf!

The American Marketing Association has collegiate Chapters across the country that provide student members the opportunity to gain practical marketing experience before they enter the workforce. Our local USF AMA Chapter has over 100 members and strives to stay relevant on campus and improve the Chapter each year with various committees such as social impact, recruiting, communication, and fundraising. Our goal this year is to rank as a Gold Chapter at AMA’s Annual International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans this March and we will be fundraising to help make this possible.

The Chapter’s largest fundraiser each year is the USF ScramBULL. According to student VP of ScramBULL – Vivian Weiland – USF AMA Chapter members handle all aspects of the golf tournament: event planning, securing sponsors, venue, promotion, event day management, and more. This role develops skills in perseverance, professionalism and collaboration when working with various businesses. So come out and have a great day while supporting USF AMA Chapter student members.

16th Annual USF ScramBULL Golf Tournament:

  • When: February 12, 2017
  • Where: The Claw Golf Course at USF
  • Time: Registration is at 8:00am and Shotgun Start at 9:30am
  • Cost: $100 per player or $360 per foursome

Participants Receive:

  • Breakfast and lunch
  • A great day of golf
  • Raffle prizes
  • Silent auctions
  • Networking Opportunities

To register to play or receive additional information please email here.  You can learn more about the USF AMA Chapter on their Facebook page.

Sponsors for this event include the Tampa Bay Lightning, Publix, Busch Gardens, Enterprise, Rooms to Go, Beveridge Medical Associates, and more.

Article by Alison Clinton

Alison has enjoyed a variety of marketing roles over the past 20 years, currently Sr. Manager of Market Intelligence with Charter Communications. Alison also owns Champ Boosters, a local business that helps students and young athletes meet their fundraising goals.