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SupplierIrving
CityRver
TerminalIrving
Date4/22/14
Price3.0688

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NESSARA Golf Tournament Registration Form

Sign up for Qty. $ Each
Golf and BBQ individual $125
Golf and BBQ for 4 $500
Tee Box / Hole Sponsor $500
Gift Bag Sponsor $500
Golf Cart Sponsor $1000
Event Sponsor $5000









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Please Make All Checks out to NESSARA, and mail them to:
574 Boston Road, Suite #12, Billerica MA, 01821

If you are paying by Credit Card, please call the NESSARA Office at (978) 667-7706

Corporate Office:

574 Boston Road Suite #12
Billerica, Massachusetts 01821
Phone - (978) 667-7706
Fax - (978) 667-4431
Email - Info@NESSARA.com

Office Staff
Executive Director: John Howell
Financial Officer: Teri Maxwell
IT Coordinator: Mike Shipka

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