Jeff, this message is self explanatory.? Pat Arthur of our office is "in
charge" of selling and setting up hospitality suites for companies in Texas
and we have an opportunity for our firm and our firm's friends to sign up
before he "goes public".? If Enron would be interested, let me know and I
will make sure it is taken care of.
PS? thanks again for lunch.
From:?? Pat Arthur
Sent:?? Monday, June 05, 2000 9:15 AM
To:???? #10 Producers
Subject:??????? 2001 U.S. Open
The U.S. Open golf? tournament will be held at Southern Hills Country Club in
Tulsa next June 11-17.
With few exceptions the OPEN is never held this far south, thus making the
event very accessible to those of us in the Dallas area. This will mark the
3rd Open to be held at SHCC.
I've been asked to assist in the Corporate Hospitality for the event. Because
of this it is possibly to offer to your clients an invitation to one of the
world's preeminent sporting events. To see it live , to watch the drama
unfold in person, is an unforgettable moment. This is one reason why
companies want to secure a corporate hospitality package. Before I put the
word out in the Dallas market (and they will sell out soon) I wanted clients
of MHBT to have the first shot. (I think this is a fair privilage)
The tickets to the event are sold out already, so the only way to gain access
is via a hospitality package. They aren't cheap but the chance to have a U.S.
Open so close might never happen again. Prices are from? $28,500 to $150,000.
These prices range from a table in a furnished, shared pavilion to an
If you have anyone you think might be interested please let me know and I
will be happy to visit with them and describe all the amenities associated
with each option.
These started to go on sale in the Tulsa marketplace recently and several
options are SOLD OUT, including a few over $ 500,000.
Since demand is so high and space is limited I will hold off a week before
making non-MHBT clients aware of this opportunity of a lifetime.
Take advantage of getting your best clients into the 2001 U.S. Open.