Hyatt golf classic receives donation from MVA

From left, back row, Marianas Visitors Authority accounting clerk II Shaun Mangloña; Marianas Visitors Authority procurement officer Dave Muña; and Marianas Visitors Authority marketing manager Bruce Bateman. From left, front row, Marianas Visitors Authority deputy managing director Judy C. Torres; Hyatt Regency Saipan general mManager Nick K. Nishikawa; Marianas Visitors Authority managing director Chris Concepcion; Hyatt Regency Saipan F&B director Tyrell Pauling; and Hyatt Regency Saipan director of Rooms Rosalyn Quintanilla. (Contributed Photo)

From left, back row, Marianas Visitors Authority accounting clerk II Shaun Mangloña; Marianas Visitors Authority procurement officer Dave Muña; and Marianas Visitors Authority marketing manager Bruce Bateman. From left, front row, Marianas Visitors Authority deputy managing director Judy C. Torres; Hyatt Regency Saipan general mManager Nick K. Nishikawa; Marianas Visitors Authority managing director Chris Concepcion; Hyatt Regency Saipan F&B director Tyrell Pauling; and Hyatt Regency Saipan director of Rooms Rosalyn Quintanilla. (Contributed Photo)

Hyatt Regency Saipan 21ST Annual Charity Golf Classic welcomes a generous donation from the Marianas Visitors Authority as a platinum sponsor.

All proceeds will go to the event’s six beneficiaries: Make-A-Wish® Foundation, Kagman High School Million Dollar Club, Marianas Behavioral Health International, Karidat, Empty Vessel Ministry Foundation, and the Northern Marianas Humanities Council.

The charity-driven Hyatt Regency Saipan 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic remains one of the island’s most favored tournaments and is grateful for the support from partnering organization MVA.

MVA managing director Chris Concepcion said, “As tourism industry partners, the Marianas Visitors Authority and Hyatt Regency Saipan have worked together for many years to serve our community. As MVA celebrates its 41st anniversary this year, we are pleased to be a contributing sponsor once again of the golf classic, and with six beneficiaries, we applaud Hyatt Regency Saipan in their mission to support our local nonprofit organizations. We wish all the players and organizers the best of luck.”

In 1979 MVA opened its doors on the island of Saipan, CNMI. The organization promotes the Northern Mariana Islands as a destination of choice.

“MVA has been a partner of Hyatt Regency Saipan for a very long time. Together we support the growth of our tourism industry and island economy. We are honored by the generosity MVA has extended to us. This year we decided to have six beneficiaries because we want to further extend our reach within the community. With their support and the contributions of other partnering organization, our tournament will make an even bigger impact in our island community,” said Hyatt Regency general manager Nick K. Nishikawa.

Less than 20 days is left to support the six nonprofit organizations with community-driven purposes. Sponsorship tiers for the 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic is as follows:

-Platinum: $2,000+ in cash or in-kind donations

-Gold: $1,500+ in cash or in-kind donations

-Silver: $750+ in cash or in-kind donations

-Bronze: Less than $750 in cash or in-kind donations

Hyatt Regency Saipan will hold its 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic event at LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort west course on Saturday, April 22, 2017. Early bird registration is open until Monday, April 17, 2016, at 4pm for a rate of $100 per golfer. For more information contact 234-1234 Ext. 26. (PR)

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