Dell Technologies and PGA TOUR Give Back to Community

It’s that time of year again when our three favorite things are coming together; golf, technology and community outreach!

On March 21-25th Dell Technologies Match Play will be entering its third year in Austin for the third of four World Golf Championships events on the PGA TOUR schedule.

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Why are our fans so excited about this event? Not only are we bringing the world’s top golfers together, but fans can attend knowing that they’re making strides towards making the city of Austin a better place.

Dell Technologies and the PGA TOUR share a mission to give back to the community. The money raised at the tournament will be invested into giving back to youth development and wellness.

If you are attending the tournament this March, you will have the pleasure of helping us support Austin Parks Foundation, The First Tee of Greater Austin, Boys and Girls Club of Austin, Helping Hand Home, and Keep Austin Beautiful.

The five benefitting charities have been chosen based on their alignment with that mission. In the past two years, this event alone has contributed over $2.1 million to local charities. The event has generated more than $17 million for charity since its inception, including prior title sponsors.

Our fan zone will be filled with virtual reality, remote controlled race cars and Alienware gaming stations to ensure there is never a dull moment at Dell Technologies Match Play.

We can’t wait to see what we accomplish this year. Will you be there?

Join us in our efforts of making the Austin a better place and have fun doing it!

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About the Author: Cindy O'Brien

Cindy O’Brien is Dell’s Social Sponsorship Manager. Here, she focuses on building and managing end-to-end social programs with our major sponsorships like PGA events, Olympics, MLB, NFL, and more. Prior, she was leading the social and digital marketing strategy for our cloud solution. Outside of the corporate world, she is a passionate member of the Junior League of San Diego, an organization devoted promoting leadership and volunteerism in the community. Instructing her favorite group fitness class also allows her to connect with like-minded individuals. You might be able to conclude that Cindy is a people person down to her core. She strive to make meaningful connections and learn about what makes people tick. Hence, her success as a social media expert at Dell.