Hyatt Regency Saipan’s 23rd Annual Charity Golf Classic has received a donation of over $5,000 worth of media coverage on the day of the tournament and at the awards dinner banquet from Flame Tree TV & KSPN Channel 2.
The donation will aid this year’s beneficiaries: Make- A-Wish Foundation of Guam and CNMI, 500 Sails, NMI Rollers Basketball Association, Isla Montessori School, and 4H Marianas.
“Each year KSPN looks forward to the Hyatt Classic Golf Tournament as one of its favorite sporting events and for good reasons. The tournament is…fun while also competitive. The cause is consistently noble. The camaraderie is pleasingly chummy. Add a sumptuous awards banquet with…spectacular raffle prizes and it’s easy to understand why KSPN is a proud annual sponsor,” said Chris Nelson and KSPN 2 news team.
“On behalf of the hotel, we would like to express our gratitude for your excellent coverage of our annual golf classic. The positive exposure your great team provides the community on our charity golf classic assists us in reaching our community goals. I am always happy to work with the wonderful and professional news team at Flame Tree TV and KSPN Channel 2 News,” said Claudine Camacho, Hyatt Regency Saipan assistant marketing communications manager.
The Flame Tree TV and Production Co. broadcasts on Channel 2 and Channel 3 in the Marianas and Channel 42 as a Chinese Channel.
The company also operates a digital signage network, produces documentaries, and television commercials. (PR)