ECA KwaZulu-Natal golf day in July

June 3rd, 2015, Published in Articles: Vector


The KwaZulu-Natal Region of the Electrical Contractors Association of South Africa and Vector magazine invite you to participate and sponsor a four-ball, a branded green or some branded prizes at this year’s golf day for ECA members and suppliers to the electrical contracting and installations sectors.

The 2015 ECA(SA) KwaZulu-Natal Charity Golf Day and Dinner provides a unique opportunity to combine business with key electrical contractors and social responsibility while having fun.

The golf day will tee-off at 11h00 in a staggered start on Durban’s Mount Edgecombe Country Club golf course on Friday, 10 July 2015. The day of golf will be followed by a prize giving dinner at 18h00 in the clubhouse.

The format of the day will be a four-ball alliance with two scores to count. Only 36 four-balls are available at R3200 per four-ball (VAT exclusive and golf cart included).

The following sponsorship opportunities are still available:

  • 36 four-balls at R3200 per four-ball, golf cart included.
  • Four sponsored watering holes at R3300, and 14 sponsored holes at R3000 each, where sponsors can brand the green with banners, flags, etc.
  • Sponsored prizes for the various prize awards. Sponsors will be announced and asked to present the prizes during the dinner.

EE Publishers will handle all logistic and commercial arrangements for the golf day on behalf of the ECA. Invoices for four-balls and sponsorships will be from EE Publishers for payments within 30 days of date of invoice. After the event, all net proceeds will be paid over to the ECA for donation to various charities.

Contact Jeanette Jordaan, EE Publishers, 011 543-7000,

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