FRIZELLE'S PARTNERS WITH PGA

FRIZELLE'S PARTNERS WITH PGA

JAMES Frizelle’s Automotive Group has signed on as vehicle partner for the 2014 Australian PGA Championship.

In a three year deal, the motor dealer will provide a fleet of 18 vehicles exclusively for player transport in addition to financial support for the Gold Coast event.

The sponsorship deal also includes the Hole in One prize – the all new luxury Hyundai Genesis valued at over $70,000.

Dealer Principal James Frizelle says the PGA presented an opportunity perfectly aligned to the dealership’s business requirements and he and his team are excited about the partnership.

“Our dealership is proud of our associations within our local community and we believe that supporting local events is critical to ensuring their long-term viability on the Gold Coast,” he says.

James Frizelle’s Automotive Group was first established in 1985 and is located across six locations and represents 11 new vehicle franchises in Southport, Nerang, Robina, Tweed Heads, Lismore and Springwood.

Business News Australia and the Gold Coast Central Chamber of Commerce are also supporting the event and are encouraging the business community to help make the event a success by purchasing tickets to the ‘Champions of Business’ marquee located on the tenth hole.

The marquee will give attendees all day access to the tournament, entertainment, cuisine and a three hour drink package.  Tickets are $150 and can be purchased by calling 07 5575 7400.

Picture L to R: Cameron O’Hara (Business Development & Relationship Manager PGA), Terry Malcahy (Regional General Manager Northern Region), Rebecca Frizelle, James Frizelle

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