FRENCH LICK, Ind. -- French Lick Resort announces it has formed a partnership with American Hole 'n One in a deal that will include golfers in tournaments throughout the Midwest having an opportunity to experience the southern Indiana golf destination if they score a hole-in-one.
"American Hole 'n One is excited and honored to partner with the French Lick Resort. Golfers making a hole in one on the French Lick Resort sponsored hole will experience the first class accommodations and outstanding golf that the resort provides," said CEO Mick Luckhurst, former NFL kicker. "This great prize adds to the excitement of every event American Hole 'n One is involved in."
The partnership will include golf tournaments throughout the Midwest, that are secured through the American Hole 'n One, automatically having each golfer in the event registered to have the opportunity to win a 4-day/3-night golf vacation package to French Lick Resort when they make a hole-in-one. In addition, French Lick will receive signage and promotion on each of the selected Par 3 holes used during each the tournaments.
The American Hole 'n One program is expected to impact over 5,000 events in the Midwest and giving over 600,000 golfers the opportunity to make a lasting memory of the greatest golf shot of their life.
About American Hole 'n One
American Hole 'n One began in 1986 and is the largest provider of hole in one coverage in the world. With offices in Atlanta and London, American Hole 'n One and its sister company, Worldwide Hole 'n One provide coverage for all types of sporting events around the globe. With world-class customer service and a state of the art production facility, American Hole 'n One is uniquely positioned to provide the coverage needed along with the supporting marketing materials that are vital to any successful promotion.
About French Lick Resort
French Lick Resort is a $500 million historic restoration and casino development project that includes the West Baden Springs Hotel, French Lick Springs Hotel and the new French Lick Casino. This premier resort and casino destination in Southern Indiana features 686 guest rooms and suites; a 51,000-square-foot, single-level casino; 45 holes of golf, including the fully restored 1917-designed Donald Ross Course at French Lick and the new, 18-hole Pete Dye Course at French Lick; two full-service spas with a combined 36 treatment rooms totaling 42,000 square feet; meeting and event space totaling 115,000 square feet and an array of dining and entertainment options. For more information, visit www.frenchlick.com.
For more information about theFrench Lick Resort, please visit www.frenchlick.com or call (888) 936-9360.
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