Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Kolter Homes Announces 2018 Charity Golf Classic Benefiting Camp Southern Ground

Tournament to Be Held June 21 at Bear’s Best Golf Club in Suwanee, GA

(ATLANTA) – KOLTER HOMES – a leader in developing next-generation, highly-amenitized, master-planned active adult communities in the Southeastern U.S. – announces its 2018 charity golf classic to be held on Thursday, June 21 at Bear’s Best Golf Club in Suwanee, Georgia.

All net proceeds of the tournament will be donated to Camp Southern Ground, a Fayetteville-based charity founded by multiplatinum GRAMMY award-winning artist Zac Brown. Camp Southern Ground hosts week-long residential camps for children of all socioeconomic backgrounds, races and religions with programs that aim to challenge, educate and inspire.

“Creating better communities is the core of Kolter Homes,” says Clay Ortman, area vice president of purchasing for Kolter Homes. “The amazing work Camp Southern Ground does in bringing together and enriching lives of kids and military families ties right in with our mission. Our local trade partners and suppliers have stepped up in a big way to help sponsor this event and raise money for a wonderful charitable organization.”

All spots for golf participation are sold out, however, Kolter Homes does have additional sponsorship opportunities available and is accepting prize donations for the event. The tournament’s “Diamond” sponsors are SEI Group, Strack Development and Builder’s First Source.

Kolter Homes develops award-winning traditional, multi-family and 55+ Cresswind active adult communities throughout the Southeast (Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina). The builder was recently named one of the ‘Top 50 Builders in the United States’ by Builder Magazine.

Bear’s Best Golf Club is located at 5324 Aldeburgh Drive, Suwanee, Georgia. For more information about the 2018 Kolter Homes Charity Golf Classic, including online registration and sponsorship, visit https://tinyurl.com/ybcm44jv. For more information on Camp Southern Ground, visit www.CampSouthernGround.org.

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