Hyatt Regency Saipan 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic has partnered with Sorensen Media Group – Power 99 for media coverage for the upcoming tournament to be held on April 22 at LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort west course. Sorensen Media Group general manager James Nelson and his team of DJ personalities DJ Kosher and DJ Bran will cover different angles of the tournament, with live discussions with the 21st Annual Charity golf committee directors highlighting an array of prizes, new sponsors and the tournament’s beneficiaries.
“Sorensen Media Group always looks for opportunities to support the CNMI. As long as we can remember, Hyatt Regency Saipan has always given back to our island community with support efforts from volunteering to donations. The mission of the 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic is one that we admire—to care for others in our community. Power 99 encourages golfers to register for the early bird special before April 17. Don’t forget to stay tuned to Power 99 for updates on prizes, sponsors and tournament information,” said Nelson.
The 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic remains one of the island’s most favored tournaments and Hyatt Regency Saipan is grateful for the support from Sorensen Group and Power 99’s coverage of the upcoming event. Its radio stations include Power 98 FM, Newstalk K57 AM, The Kat FM, and The Shark Radio on the island of Guam as well as Power 99 on Saipan. The television stations within their network are ABC7 both available on Guam and Saipan as well as Fox6 and The Pacific News Center in Guam. Through PNC, the Sorensen Media Group provides daily local and sports news to the island of Guam via television, radio and online broadcasting.
“We are honored by the generosity of the Sorensen Media Group to help support us in our efforts to promote the 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic. With their support and the contributions of other partnering organization, our tournament will make an even bigger impact in our island community,” said Tyrell Pauling, director of food and beverage at Hyatt Regency Saipan.