Thursday, July 14, 2016

Credit Unions Sponsor Symetra Tour Event

The 2nd annual Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic will be held at Brook-Lea Country Club (Rochester, NY) from July 14-17.

The professional golf tournament is sponsored by numerous Rochester area credit unions, including Summit Federal Credit Union, Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union (Alloya was formed from the remains of the failed Members United Corporate FCU), Exceed Financial Credit Union, Visions Federal Credit Union, and Empower Federal Credit Union. Click here to see the list of title sponsors.

Sponsorships range from $1,000 for a hole sponsor to $20,000 for a featured sponsorship.

The Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic is part of the Symetra Tour, which provides a pathway for players to the LPGA.

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