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Br. Bloemen Cup blasts off Jan. 29 at Wack Wack



Registration is still on for the 21st Br. Alphosus Bloemen Golf Cup where well-crafted trophies and valuable raffle prizes and giveaways await winners in the Class A, B, C, D, Seniors’ and Friends divisions, and Batch Championship on Jan. 29 at Wack Wack Golf & Country Club.

The Bloemen Golf Cup  is the annual fund raising event of the La Salle Green Hills Alumni Association (LSGHAA) for the education of the poor. It is also the kickoff event of the 2013 Animo Golf Tour Series.

According to tournament chair Peng Perez de Tagle, slots are still available for the 8 a.m. shot gun start.  Entry fee is P3,500, inclusive of green fee, lunch buffet, giveaways and raffle.

Prizes at stake are Piaggio Ape three-wheel utility vehicle from the Autohub Group, and a golf cart from Club Car Phils. Pagcor will dangle P100,000 as the hole-in-one prize in this tournament backed by PLDT, East-West Bank and Toyota Motors PH, and sponsored by MRT Dev. Corp., Lockton Insurance, Bayo, Manila Water, Miladay Jewelry, Manila Memorial Park, Manila Airport Hot, and the DLSAA, with the Philippine Daily Inquirer and Business Mirror as media partners. To register, call 7212729, 7266339 and 7227750.

Beneficiary of this year’s edition is the Jaime Hilario Integrated School in Bagac, Bataan.


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