The LBJ Museum of San Marcos invites sponsors and teams to join the 15th Annual Golf Tournament/ Ted Breihan Open, slated for June 3, 2017 at Quail Creek Country Club.
Teams may register online at https://lbjmuseum.com/15th-annual-lbj-tournament/ . The top three teams will win trophies. The deadline for registering for the tournament is May 31. Sponsorship levels are:
- $1000 Platinum Sponsor : 8 golfers & associated benefits, prominent logo for the driving range, cart signage of logo, choice of any hole sponsorship, recognition on sponsor board, 2017 Museum Membership
- $750 Gold Sponsor: 4 golfers & associated benefits, cart signage of logo, hole sponsorship, recognition on sponsor board, 2017 museum membership
- $500 Silver Sponsor: * MOST POPULAR* 4 golfers & associated benefits, hole sponsorship, recognition on sponsor board, 2017 museum membership
- $300 Bronze Sponsor: 4 golfers, recognition on sponsor board, 2017 museum membership
- $200 Cart Sponsor
- $150 Hole Sponsor
- $75 Individual
For more information, interested individuals, teams and sponsors may contact Rafael Garcia, Museum Director, at 512-353-3300, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Crissy Campos, Tournament Manager, at email@example.com.
The tournament, in Florida Scramble format, is set for June 3 with a rain date of June 10, 2017. The annual Golf Tournament is named in honor of Ted Breihan, long time civic leader and supporter of the LBJ Museum of San Marcos.
Local businesses donating to golfer bags, raffle, and breakfast or lunch include San Marcos CVB, Chick-Fil-A, Mochas & Javas, Pennington Cake, The Marc, Palmer’s, AquaBrew, Erbert & Gerbert, Twin Liquors, Red Lobster, Dick’s Car Garage, Fushacks, Sean Patrick’s, Kent Blacks BBQ, Cracker Barrel, Prime Outlets, Whataburger, Texas Roadhouse, Grin’s, the Root Cellar and Constable David Peterson.
Individuals, organizations and businesses fielding teams so far include Carbajal & Associates, Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson LLP, Ozona Bank, McCoy School of Business – Texas State University, Ted Breihan Electric, CenturyLink, McNabb & Co., Dude Spellings, Mike Brown, Bobcat Golf Range, Joe Campos, Rafael Garcia, Scott Gregson, and Ed Mihalkanin.
Located at 131 N. Guadalupe St. on the Square in San Marcos, the LBJ Museum honors the Hill Country legacy of President Lyndon B. Johnson, who gained his early political start in San Marcos as a college student. The museum is free and open to the public Thursday-Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with facilities available for rent for area organizations.