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SOURCE MRI Tournament Partners
ORLANDO, Fla., Sept. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MRI Tournament Partners announces its Inaugural James IV Invitational in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. April 13 – April 17, 2014, James IV Invitational www.james4th.com the first of its kind, will be a professional caliber event for the amateur ranks while fulfilling their social responsibility in a sustainable format.
One hundred eight-member teams from around the globe will compete for a purse of $1,500,000: the largest pro-am prize in the world. The tournament will give golfers an opportunity to play like a professional at the amateur level. Countdown has begun, with a maximum field of 100 teams, now is the time to register.
"We are excited about the opportunity to launch James IV Invitational and with teams coming as far as China to play in the tournament, this is sure to be a spectacular event," says Darrel DeVaney Co-Founder.
The five-day event will be hosted at the Encore Wynn Las Vegas and the final round championship will be at the Tom Fazio designed 7,042 yard, par 70 Wynn course, the only course attached on the Las Vegas strip.
"Creating Philanthropy through Tournaments"
About MRI Tournament Partners
MRI Tournament Partners www.mritp.com has a unique approach when it comes to philanthropy and the amateur tournament sports market. We identify, design and develop amateur tournament models that appeal to the luxury consumer that participate in their sport only on a recreational level, but want the venue of a professional event with a high stake payout and a sustainable philanthropic component. We do this by aligning the interests of the amateur sports enthusiast, appealing to their philanthropic side, and by giving back 5% of the net revenue to each and every community that the tournament takes place in while the winning team will take back 5% to their community.
"Really innovative philanthropy in today's financial world takes concepts that can be sustainable even after the initial giving has taken place," says Kim Futch CEO & Co-Founder. MRI Tournament Partners is one of several companies in the portfolio for I4 Investment Fund www.i4fund.com. "Our investment strategies focus on 'social impact' sharing a philanthropic vision for a better global community," says Jay Chaudhari Co-Founder & Managing Partner of I4 Capital Partners.
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