Copper Corridor Golf Classic set for June 21

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The Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition is hosting their first annual golf classic at the Gold Canyon Golf Resort on Saturday, June 21, 2014, shot gun start will be at 7 a.m. The four man scramble is $90 per person and will include green fees, GPS cart, and a BBQ Lunch. You can register for the tournament at: http://bit.ly/CCEDCGolf or call Mila at 520-490-8433. Proceeds from the tournament will help the group to support local economic development projects, including free business courses and tourism promotion.

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