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2022 WM Phoenix Open Greenskeeper ticket giveaway
First International Bank & Trust (FIBT) has announced a three-year sponsorship of the Greenskeeper Venue at the annual Waste Management Phoenix Open. For eight years, the WM Phoenix Open has been recognized as the largest zero-waste sporting event in the world. The tournament’s efforts to generate an effective and powerful environmental impact go hand-in-hand with FIBT’s community-first mentality.
Proceeds from the event are used by The Thunderbirds – hosts of the WM Phoenix Open – and Thunderbirds Charities to support organizations that assist children and families, help people in need, and improve the quality of life in the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan area. “The Thunderbirds’ focus on giving back is one of the things that caught our eye and inspired us to become a Greenskeeper sponsor,” says First International Bank & Trust Market President Erik Stenehjem. “One of our main bank-wide values is to leave a mark on our communities and this is a great way for us to help impact the Phoenix area.”
To celebrate the sponsorship, FIBT is holding a giveaway to award one lucky winner with two Greenskeeper credential tickets to the 2022 WM Phoenix Open. Tickets include entry into the 2022 WM Phoenix Open and the exclusive Greenskeeper venue, as well as complimentary breakfast and lunch buffet, snacks, and open bar. The giveaway will run from December 13th through December 26th. For a chance to win, click here and complete the form to let us know how you Live First. Please read the 2022 WM Phoenix Open Greenskeeper Ticket Giveaway Terms & Conditions before submitting.
“Our sponsorship of the WM Phoenix Open is reflective of who we are,” continues Stenehjem. “As a community bank, our main focus is to help our customers Live First. Every day, we think about how we can make our relationships more meaningful and our communities stronger. The WM Phoenix Open is a great place for people to have fun and enjoy quality golf while supporting a positive cause and a one-of-a-kind event.”