Allenmore Men's Club
To view the video presentation, follow the directions listed under the viewing area
Proud Sponsor of our MeadowMore Cup Team
The following Tacoma area businesses, as well as individuals, have sponsored our Annual Golf Tournament. The Allenmore Men's Club appreciates the support and encourages our members and their guests to reciprocate. You may link to their businesses by clicking on their logo below. It is this kind of generosity and involvement from business organizations and individuals such as these, even in the face of a struggling economy, that make a community so strong. On behalf of the entire Allenmore Men's Club, our elected officers would like to personally thank each and every one.
Our membership looks forward to many future partnerships with each individual sponsor and/or their representatives, while maintaining a solid and loyal relationship for many years to come. GIVE THEM A CLICK AND CHECK IT OUT!
Annual Tournament Sponsors
Ladies & Gentelmen:
This represents what our flat-screen video presentation looks like as of January 24, 2019. To view the the presentation in its entirety, click on the symbol in the very lower right-hand corner of the viewing frame. This will open the presentation in a new window and begin playing.
If you prefer to view a specific advertising slide only, use the arrows and advance to the beginning of the slide of your choice and then use the symbol to open the presentation in a new window. This will begin the presentation with that slide.
Advertising slide numbers are: 1) Introduction to Allenmore Golf & Events Center, 2) Join our Men's Club, 3) 2019 Tournament & Events Schedule, 4) Peninsula Auto Group, 5) Chalet Bowl, 6) John Mayfield & Family, 7) Sterino Farms, 8) Elks Lodge #174, 9) Dawson's Bar & Grill, 10) Law Offices of David Bufilini, 11) Dan's Delivery Service, & 12) The Urban Elk Restaurant.
* NOTE: if any slide freezes or bogs down, simply click anywhere inside the viewing frame to advance to the next animation. It should eventually begin running automatically on the following slide. This seems to be a streeming issue and does not occur in the actual program.