March 1, 2011 (Scottsdale, Ariz)– For the second consecutive year, the Arizona Autism Coalition is partnering with course host Pinnacle Peak Country Club for its Swing Fore The Spectrum golf tournament. Cognitive One is pleased to be a participating sponsor in bringing awareness to this very worthwhile event, taking place on May 23, 2011. Proceeds from the tournament support families who are affected by autism.
Key Sponsorship entitles you to a foursome in the golf tournament, complimentary food and beverages, your company’s name in the player’s book, hole signage and advertising in the Coalition roster.
Tax Deductible Contribution: $3,000
Hole Sponsorship provides you with advertising exposure to golfers in addition to your company’s name in the player’s book.
Tax Deductible Contribution: $300
Single Players will enjoy 18 holes of golf on one of the Valley’s finest private golf courses along with complimentary food and beverages.
Tax Deductible Contribution: $250
You can download all of the forms from their website here: Swing Fore The Spectrum Registration
We feel that this is a great opportunity for of our members and supporting vendors to demonstrate their commitment to the Arizona Autism Coalition and look forward to your contribution. If you are interested in either one of these opportunities, please send the check (and your high‐resolution logo for Key Sponsorships) to:
“Swinging Fore the Spectrum Classic” c/o Reid Peterson
39548 N. Prairie Lane
Anthem, AZ 85086
About The Arizona Autism Coalition
The Arizona Autism Coalition is an inclusive stakeholder organization committed to improving the lives of families, providers and educators impacted by autism in the state of Arizona. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 110 American children, more specifically 1 in 70 Boys, are now diagnosed with ASD: Autism Spectrum Disorder. This represents a staggering 57 percent increase from 2002 to 2006, and a 600 percent increase in just the past 20 years.
Because of this statistic, the chance that you have been personally affected or know of someone who has been affected by Autism is exceptionally high. The Arizona Autism Coalition is dedicated to the sharing of resources and information related to autism, and working with state agencies towards systems change for the betterment of the community. The Coalition is comprised of parents and family members affected by autism, representatives from provider agencies, medical professionals, local and state governmental agencies and other related special needs providers.