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Superintendents can earn donations for their GCSAA chapters at FMC’s GIS booth

By |  January 27, 2020 0 Comments

FMC Professional Solutions, a business unit of FMC Corp., is offering golf course superintendents at the Golf Industry Show (GIS) the chance to earn donations for their local Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) chapter.

In addition, FMC will launch its new Rayora fungicide at the show.

The fundraiser is an initiative driven by the new FMC True Champions program rolled out in fall 2019. Taking place at FMC booth No. 3913, the fundraiser will feature a golf simulator where golf course superintendents can secure donations for their local GCSAA chapter with the swing of a club. For each yard driven off the tee, FMC will donate 50 cents to that superintendent’s GCSAA chapter. For example, a 300-yard drive will generate a $150 donation by FMC.

“We’re very committed to GCSAA and its mission to enhance our industry. This is a fun way for our peers to come together and support the association,” said Mike Sisti, golf and lawn care market manager for FMC. “We expect to see some healthy competition in the booth among show attendees to see who can drive the ball the farthest and raise the largest donation.”

FMC also plans to establish an ongoing commitment to GCSAA in which FMC will donate a percentage of Fame SC and Rayora fungicide sales directly to local GCSAA chapters.



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