Search Office Space Announces The 2014 Agents Charity Golf Event at Dyrham Park
This year will see leading serviced office broker, Search Office Space (SOS) launch their next charity golf event. The 2014 event will be a gathering of leading property agents from around the UK with the event taking place at Dyrham Park for the first time on 9th October 2014. Like previous events this agent focused golf tournament will be supporting a leading type 2 diabetes charity, The Micheal Green Foundation.
The 2014 event has already sold out with agents able to play 18 holes of golf at the beautiful Dyrham Park Country Club followed by a networking lunch. There will also be a charity raffle with the aim of raising funds to support the principle charity who help create awareness and offer support for people with type 2 diabetes.
CEO of Search Office Space, Richard Smith, says, “We are delighted to be hosting our latest agent charity golf day. We’ve invited agents and property professionals from all over the UK to take part in this exciting event. It’s one of the largest networking opportunities in the sector and it’s a great sporting way to support our charity The Michael Green Foundation and the good work they are doing to create awareness and provide support to sufferers of Type 2 Diabetes”.
Joanne Green, founder of The Michael Green Foundation commented, “We are delighted that SOS are supporting us this year with their agent golf event. Over 850,000 people today have Type 2 diabetes and more than seven million are at risk of developing it within the next few years. From the personal tragedy of losing a father and husband, far too early, through ignorance of this condition, we, as a charity, want to spread awareness of the early warning signs of diabetes to ensure that more people can ‘Get Wise and Change Lives’! Finally, we would like to thank everyone taking part and wish them every success.”
This year the event is sponsored by specialist office design business Boxx Projects whose support and generosity are greatly appreciated.
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