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“This will be the biggest sporting event in the history of Sacramento,” said First Tee Executive Director Angie Dixon.
In less than 60 days, the Del Paso Country Club will be flooded with more than 100,000 fans and 156 professional players for the U.S. Senior Open.
Millions of dollars are expected to be generated from the event from hotel reservations, car rentals, ticket sales and, of course, concessions.
When it comes to those concessions—the food and the drinks—every dollar counts.
The First Tee of Greater Sacramento is hoping fans will come to the event both hungry and thirsty.
Proceeds from the concessions go to fund their non-profit.
“The First Tee of Greater Sacramento is a youth development program that ultimately teaches life skills and core values through the game of golf,” said Director of Programming Kelli Corlett.
The First Tee of Greater Sacramento has been…
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