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FCA Banquet & Golf Tournament

April 11th & 12th 

Doors open at 5:15 pm with dinner being served at 6:00 pm

Annual Fundraiser for South Central FCA 

honoring Cliff Harris 

at the Hot Springs Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A

134 Convention Blvd, Hot Springs, AR 71901

 Featuring Guest Speaker

    Arkansas Razorback Head Coach

Chad Morris





Sponsorship Options

$10,000 DIAMOND PREMIER VIP SPONSORSHIP

Overall Banquet & Golf Tournament Sponsor with special recognition on golf tent, website, print media and hole signs plus golf* for up to 20 players and banquet seating for up to 5 VIP tables (10 people per table).

$5,000 PLATINUM VIP SPONSOR 

Special recognition on website, print media and hole signs plus golf* for up to 12 players and banquet seating for up to 3 VIP tables (10 people per table).

$3,500 GOLD VIP SPONSORSHIP

Special recognition on website, print media and hole signs plus golf* for up to 8 players and banquet seating for up to 2 VIP tables (10 people per table).

$2,000 SILVER VIP SPONSORSHIP

Special recognition on website, print media and hole signs plus golf* for 4 players and banquet seating for 1VIP table (10 people per table).

$1,000 BRONZE VIP SPONSORSHIP

Special recognition on website, print media and hole signs plus banquet seating for 1VIP table (10 people per table).

$500 HOLE SPONSORSHIP

Sponsorship sign on a tee box at the golf tournament plus website, print media recognition and banquet seating for 2 people.

$500 BANQUET TABLE HOST

Banquet seating for up to 1 table of 10 people inclusive of Host(s).

*NOTE: All sponsorship level golf players will receive golf caps and shirts, green fees, range balls, carts, lunch and team photo with Cliff Harris.


 1)  Fill out form below & submit

 2)  Mail payment to:  FCA Banquet & Golf,  341 Bud McKinley, Hot Springs, AR 71901

 3)  OR to pay by credit card, call Devin Dickinson at (501) 802-0439
 
4)  Registration is not complete until payment is received.  Please pay & submit your table guests names by Friday, March 29, 2019.
 QUESTIONS:


 

Devin Dickinson, Administrative Assistant ... ddickinson@fca.org  (501) 802-0439

Angie Heaton, Event Coordinator ... aheaton@fca.org  (501) 318-7740

Micah May, FCA Area Director ... mmay@fca.org  (501) 454-2000

 


Chad Morris was named the 33rd head football coach in University of Arkansas history
on December 6, 2017.


After 16 years as a head coach at the high school level in Texas, Morris entered the
college ranks in 2010 as Tulsa’s offensive coordinator and associate head coach. He
guided the offense to among the nation’s best, a big reason Tulsa improved from 5-7 in
2009 to 10-3 in 2010. Following the 2010 season he headed to Clemson as Dabo
Swinney’s offensive coordinator from 2011-14. Morris went on to get his first head
coaching job at SMU, where he spent the last three seasons.


Under Morris’ fast-paced, no-huddle spread attack, Clemson shattered 127 offensive
records (89 individual; 38 team) from 2010-14. Morris was the primary recruiter for and
aided in the development of former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson, who was a
two-time Heisman Trophy finalist, led the Tigers to a national title in 2017, and went on
to become a first-round NFL draft pick by the Houston Texans.


During his three seasons at SMU (2015-17), Morris used his Texas recruiting roots and
offensive prowess to take the Mustangs from a 1-11 campaign in 2013 before he took
over to the program’s first bowl bid since 2012 with a 7-5 mark this season. Morris’
offensive scheme was exactly what SMU needed, as it increased its scoring output by
16.7 points per game – the second-largest increase in the nation in 2015. Even more
impressive, Morris inherited an offense that ranked last (128th) in the FBS in scoring in
2014 (11.8) and turned it into the nation’s eighth-highest scoring offensive (40.1) in
2017. In the 2017 regular season, SMU ranked among the top 15 in the FBS in scoring
offense (40.2 points), total offense (493.8 yards) and passing yards (308 yards).

Morris became a legend in Texas during his 16 years as a head coach in the state. He
won 82 percent of his games and led Lake Travis High School to back-to-back,
undefeated (16-0) state championship seasons. He won three state titles overall and
played in six state championship games. He totaled a 169-38 record (.816) and earned
Coach of the Year honors 11 times.


Born on December 4, 1968 in Edgewood, Texas, Morris attended Texas A&M University
and earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics with a minor in statistics in 1992 but did
not play college football. He and his wife, Paula, have two children, a daughter,
Mackenzie, and son, Chandler.


 2018 Banquet & Golf Sponsors

We are thankful for your continued support!

PLATINUM SPONSORS

The Irwin Agency, Inc.- Steve & Rhonda Irwin 

Pete & Margaret Johnson


SILVER SPONSORS

Allen Tillery Chevrolet Buick GMC

Body Works/Sonic- Ron Wilks and David Hull 

Paul  & Sylvia Day

Everett Buick GMC

First Security Bank

KiD.D.S. Dental Center- Dr. Stephanie Baldwin 

Locker Room Athletics- Steve & Melissa Qualls

Magna IV Communications

Outdoor Cap

Dudeck Law Firm

Wendy’s- Todd & Lori Lampo


BRONZE SPONSORS

All American Classics- Donnie Owens 

Hal & Mary Lou Kern

Hamner & Latham

Smokin' in Style


HOLE SPONSORS

B&F Engineering

Bob & Mary-Reid Warner

Cork & Bottle

Don Wallace

Dunkin' Donuts

Glenn & Susan McCaleb

JoNancy Sundberg

Southern Bancorp


HOLE IN ONE - CAR DONATION

Everett Buick GMC

Hole In One- $10K Cash Donation towards New Car

Allen Tillery Chevrolet Buick GMC


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