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Film & Video Golf Tournament lucks out with a sunny Saturday

Concerns of a thunderstorm were minimized as the annual Film and Video
Tournament took place under one of the few beautiful sunny days this spring. Hosted once again at Glen Eagles golf club just north of Bolton ON with Industry Golf coordinator Stosh Durbacz (Fujinon) at the helm for his 2nd tournament, this was a special day as a memorial bench for the course was dedicated to Jim Hardie and Al Lindsay; they were the Film and TV Golf tournament’s founders who passed on within a few months of each other in 2015. Attendance was up from 2015 by just over 20% as one of the few pan-industry tournaments still in existence played out it’s 34th year.

Stosh was able to present the memorial bench to representatives of the Hardie family in attendance. He went on to say that he is thrilled to perpetuate this fun event on behalf of Jim and Al who always ensured the F&VGT stayed open to anyone in the business who wanted to enjoy a great casual golf day with colleagues and competitors alike…Stosh said he was pleased to “pay it forward” on their behalf. The tournament continues to thrive thanks to the support of several significant industry sponsors including William F White International, The Sim Group, Sony of Canada Inc., Affiliated Equipment, Inspired Image, Technically Yours and several other sponsors who contributed generously to the tournament along with those who sent a foursome or two for a day of golf.

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Front Page, Headline, Industry News

Film & Video Golf Tournament lucks out with a sunny Saturday

Concerns of a thunderstorm were minimized as the annual Film and Video
Tournament took place under one of the few beautiful sunny days this spring. Hosted once again at Glen Eagles golf club just north of Bolton ON with Industry Golf coordinator Stosh Durbacz (Fujinon) at the helm for his 2nd tournament, this was a special day as a memorial bench for the course was dedicated to Jim Hardie and Al Lindsay; they were the Film and TV Golf tournament’s founders who passed on within a few months of each other in 2015. Attendance was up from 2015 by just over 20% as one of the few pan-industry tournaments still in existence played out it’s 34th year.

Stosh was able to present the memorial bench to representatives of the Hardie family in attendance. He went on to say that he is thrilled to perpetuate this fun event on behalf of Jim and Al who always ensured the F&VGT stayed open to anyone in the business who wanted to enjoy a great casual golf day with colleagues and competitors alike…Stosh said he was pleased to “pay it forward” on their behalf. The tournament continues to thrive thanks to the support of several significant industry sponsors including William F White International, The Sim Group, Sony of Canada Inc., Affiliated Equipment, Inspired Image, Technically Yours and several other sponsors who contributed generously to the tournament along with those who sent a foursome or two for a day of golf.

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Front Page, Headline, Industry News

Film & Video Golf Tournament lucks out with a sunny Saturday

Concerns of a thunderstorm were minimized as the annual Film and Video
Tournament took place under one of the few beautiful sunny days this spring. Hosted once again at Glen Eagles golf club just north of Bolton ON with Industry Golf coordinator Stosh Durbacz (Fujinon) at the helm for his 2nd tournament, this was a special day as a memorial bench for the course was dedicated to Jim Hardie and Al Lindsay; they were the Film and TV Golf tournament’s founders who passed on within a few months of each other in 2015. Attendance was up from 2015 by just over 20% as one of the few pan-industry tournaments still in existence played out it’s 34th year.

Stosh was able to present the memorial bench to representatives of the Hardie family in attendance. He went on to say that he is thrilled to perpetuate this fun event on behalf of Jim and Al who always ensured the F&VGT stayed open to anyone in the business who wanted to enjoy a great casual golf day with colleagues and competitors alike…Stosh said he was pleased to “pay it forward” on their behalf. The tournament continues to thrive thanks to the support of several significant industry sponsors including William F White International, The Sim Group, Sony of Canada Inc., Affiliated Equipment, Inspired Image, Technically Yours and several other sponsors who contributed generously to the tournament along with those who sent a foursome or two for a day of golf.

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