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Annual Swing "Fore" the Arts Golf Tournament
Golf Tournament

"Swing "Fore" the Arts” 10th Annual Golf Tournament at the  Casselberry Golf Club on Friday, August 31, 2018 was a great success!  Golf enthusiasts enjoyed a great day of competition that included a breakfast and a delicious 4-Rivers luncheon with an Awards Ceremony.

Thanks to all of the sponsors and golfers who participated! 
All proceeds benefit cultural programs in Casselberry and Seminole County.             


            Casselberry Golf Club is located at
300 S. Triplet Lk. Dr. Casselberry, FL 32707

2019 Sponsorship Opportunities Available!

One of the best things about the Swing "Fore" the Arts 11th Annual Golf Tournament is that 
local businesses can showcase themselves and have the opportunity to be involved in one 
of Central Florida’s largest free musical events--the Latin Jazz & Art Fest.  

There are many ways to partner with the City of Casselberry to promote a business during the Swing "Fore" the Arts Golf Tournament and/or the Latin Jazz & Art Fest. Depending on the sponsorship level, the possible benefits include:
  • Company name mentioned on air when radio sponsorship is secured.
  • Logo on ad space (depends on level of sponsorship)
  • Logo on 5,000 postcards.
  • Booth at event for marketing.
  • Company banner displayed at event.
  • Company logo included in pre/post press material, including press releases, media alerts, program, flyers, postcards, posters and advertisements.
  • Public recognition of sponsorship at event.

In addition to the recognition the business will receive, there are also many special “perks” involved with being a sponsor. Some sample “perks” include specially made signs, Latin Jazz VIP reception tickets with a meet and greet with this year's headliners, your logo in the festival brochure, and much more!

Businesses interested in becoming involved with next year's exciting event can call (407) 262-7700, Ext.1127 or email

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