Keperra Country Golf Club thriving after recent struggles

After six difficult months for businesses due to the pandemic and extraordinary weather events, Keperra National Golf Club is pleased to announce that it is now oversubscribed heading into the 2022/2023 sponsorship year.

The club’s general manager, Gavin Lawrence, said that as well as continuing a three-year partnership with title sponsor Tangalooma Island Resort, the club was delighted to welcome back LawnPride Australia, Phil Carrington from Bank of Queensland – Aspley, Height 4 Hire, Whitehead & Crump Harcourts Solutions and Just Better Care Brisbane North as main sponsors. Also as supporting sponsors, Jeffrey McConaghy Jeweller, Everton Engineering and Sunshine Skips. The Club also welcomed several new sponsors, including Accelerate Communications, Inspire Health Services and 2 to 1 Garage Door Conversions.

Mr Lawrence said it has been a difficult time for the club, with unprecedented damage to the golf course and infrastructure following flooding in February and subsequent heavy rain, as well as many businesses in Queensland also affected by weather conditions and the increase in COVID-19 cases. once the national borders reopen.

“When we launched our referral program last year, our goal was to connect with businesses in our community and provide opportunities for mutual benefit and support,” Mr. Lawrence said.

“There has been substantial interest expressed and we were delighted to welcome new sponsors, as well as solidify partnerships with existing supporters. Although the floods have disrupted our business operations and deliverables significantly, we thank all of our supporters for supporting us and especially those also affected by events, such as Proof BBQ & Booze, whose restaurant in Windsor was damaged. by rain and floods. We are delighted that many of the connections we have made will continue throughout next year and we extend our support to Proof BBQ and its restaurant Toowoomba as they embark on the road to recovery.

Mr Lawrence said there had been many recent highlights despite the difficulties, including the success of the Club‘s Junior Holiday Clinic in July, supported by Simon Whitehead and Drew Crump of Harcourts Solutions Real Estate and activations with the aged care and disability service provider, Just Better Care Brisbane North. , which celebrated its relocation to Arana Hills.

“We have had excellent feedback from our partners on initiatives and opportunities, such as the display on the Club’s notice board at the intersection of Samford Road and the Ferny Grove train line,” said he declared.

“Three of our lucky club members also benefited from the generosity of main sponsor Tangalooma Island Resort, who donated three two-night vacation stays with dolphin feeding and wildlife experience for a member raffle.

We look forward to working with all of our sponsors as we head into the next 12 months. There are already exciting Club projects on the horizon, the most significant of which is a new short course and 28th hole, which will be built on what is currently the driving range. This project will improve clubs’ ability to introduce more juniors and newcomers to the game.’

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