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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
  • Word count: 2196

"Royal Pines 2003 Foursomes Champions Tournament"

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Year 12 Physical Education "Royal Pines 2003 Foursomes Champions Tournament" This tournament has been designed and planned for the elite of Australia's greatest sport. Royal Pines 2003 Mixed Couples Champions Day, is to be held on the 5th - 8th September. This is an invitational tournament where only the best will compete. Teams must consist of one male and one female. The following portfolio has been designed and put together in a way in which to help you see how this tournament is to be run and financed. Contents: * Advertisements * Web page * Radio Segment * Magazine Article * News Report * Golf balls * Merchandise * Posters * Stubby coolers * Golf balls * Caps/hats * T-shirts * Prize Money and secondary prizes. * Accommodation * Players * Officials * Volunteers * Tickets (prices and packages) * 1 day pass * weekend pass (Saturday and Sunday) * week day pass (Thursday and Friday) * Tournament pass (Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday) * Family pass (per day) * (per tournament) * Transport * To / from course, mornings and nights. * Number of buses * Functions * Sponsors Ball * Pro-Am Tournament * Lunches * Budget * money given by sponsors * expenditure * ie- officials, professionals, food for lunches, Ball, advertising etc * Sponsors * Golf World ...read more.

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There's even an opportunity for you and a friend to attend the sponsor's only ball where you'll have the chance to dance and dine with players. So be first to log on and win yourself a chance to see the pro's at their best and their finest! 4. NEWS ARTICLE This article will be presented Foxtel's sports one channel. As Foxtel is one of our sponsors air time is free and therefore a cheap and effect way to advertise. Ticket prices will be explained and the different packages available. During this segment Greg Norman will join and tell us his opinion on Royal Pines and why he likes playing there. A bird's eye view of the course and commentary of each hole that discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each hole will also be shown. The voice over will be done by Jack Newton. Near the end of this three minute segment the website will be shown along with the number to call to book tickets. 5. GOLF BALLS The last advertising strategy we will be using is golf balls. Royal Pines is a very popular golf course and throughout weekends has many local competitions going. Winners of these often receive a ball or two depending on their finishing result. ...read more.

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They are also given full coverage of the tournament. * Posters are being made by Golf world. * Stubby coolers are being produced through Nike and will contain their logo along with tournament name. The golf ball is also being produced through Nike displaying the same features as the coolers. * T-shirts are through Powerade, which will display the tournament name on the back and the powerade logo on the front left breast area. * Accommodation as mentioned is being supplied by Royal Pines Resort and is fully covered. * Employment at the tournament is non-costing as all staff are volunteers from the club and local areas. * Ticket production is being covered by foxtel in exchange for coverage. * Sponsors ball will be covered with money received from attendees through out the tournament. Money gained through merchandise and food and drink sold from the canteen and bar. * Players prizes comes from both ticket sales and sponsorship EXPENDITURE * Radio Segment will not be covered by sponsorships and needs to be covered by ticket sales. * Players prizes comes from both ticket sales and sponsorship * Food and drink for canteen and bar will be budgeted into the ticket sales. ...read more.

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