GHTA Conference Golf Tournament to Support Gift For Life

NEW YORK-Gift for Life, the gift, stationery and home decor industries' leading charitable organization, announced today it will be a beneficiary of the charity golf tournament to be held at Red Rock Casino and Resort in Las Vegas on Thursday, Nov. 17, during the 9th annual Gift and Home Trade Association (GHTA) conference.

This year's GHTA conference, Playing to Win: Strategies for Success, will be held from Nov. 17-19 at the Red Rock Casino and Resort in Las Vegas and will feature several keynote presentations, breakout sessions, workshops and a special presentation by Robert Richman of Zappos.

"We are combining camaraderie, a gorgeous golf course and a terrific cause. Everyone is invited to enjoy golf while helping our industry's leading charity," said Marc Rice, the GHTA member organizing the golf tournament.

Green fees are $200, all inclusive--includes green fees, cart, lunch, prizes, and a donation to Gift for Life.  For more information or to sign up, send an email to Rice at marc@thesouthernlink.com. More information on the event is available online at www.giftandhome.org.

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