National Car Rental Announces Two-Year Sponsorship Agreement with PGA Jr. League

Photo courtesy of National Car Rental. 
Photo courtesy of National Car Rental.

National Car Rental announced a two-year sponsorship agreement with PGA Jr. League that extends and expands the company’s relationship with the youth golf league.

The agreement designates National as a “Proud Partner of PGA Jr. League” and extends the sponsorship of the PGA Jr. League Championship and post-season through 2019.

National’s sponsorship will help promote PGA Jr. League initiatives meant to raise awareness of the program and improve current campaigns. Plans for the 2018 season include providing home and away jerseys for each player and launching the “Emerald Club All-Star Team” to recognize the top players and teams.

In addition, National will host several on-site amenities at Grayhawk Golf Club as presenting partner of the PGA Jr. League Championship, including a welcome reception for parents, custom championship jerseys for winners, a skills challenge, and the Emerald Club All-Star Team Zone and Parents Lounge hospitality areas.

“This sponsorship represents the strength of our relationship with the PGA of America and our shared commitment to grow the game of golf at the grassroots level,” said Rob Connors, vice president of brand marketing for National. “We’re proud to support PGA Jr. League and its development of the next generation of golfers.”

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