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Triple J Motors donates Hyundai Tucson GL for hole-in-one prize (April 19, 2011)

In support of higher education in the CNMI, Triple J Motors is sponsoring a hole-in-one prize for the upcoming 9th Annual Northern Marianas College Foundation Open golf tournament. The prize, a brand new Hyundai Tucson GL, will be up for grabs if a lucky player were to make a hole-in-one at the Saipan Laolao Bay Golf & Resort (West Course) hole # 17.

“Triple J Motors is excited to sponsor a hole-in-one prize for the NMC Foundation Open golf tournament,” said Ben Lizama Triple J Motors Sales Manager. “Supporting higher education has always been an important priority for us.”

The prize sponsorship was presented in support of the NMC Foundation’s efforts to raise funds for educational programs and services.

“The NMC Foundation thanks Triple J Motors for its sponsorship,” said Ben Babauta, president of the NMC Foundation. “The Hyundai Tucson GL will be a big draw for golfers.”

The 9th Annual NMC Foundation Open golf tournament will be held on Saturday April 30, 2011 at the Saipan Laolao Bay Golf & Resort (West Course) with a show time of 6:00am and a shotgun start at 7:00am. The tournament will follow a medal play format.

In addition to hole-in-one prizes, there are first, second, and third place prizes for the different flights, which are: Championship, A, B, C, ladies and seniors. The first place prize for each flight is a round trip ticket on Continental Airlines to destinations in Asia and Micronesia with cash. For second and third place the prize is cash.

For information on how to donate to the NMC Foundation or to register to play, log on to or call 234-5498 at extension 1050. The fee is $95 per person. Registration forms can be downloaded or picked up at the NMC Cashier’s Office, Saipan Laolao Bay Golf & Resort, or Triple J Motors.

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