​​​Additional Information:

georgia1752@gmail.com

Matt Estes - Berkley Southeast
mestes@berkleysig.com

Patti Stuczynski - Patriot National
pstuczynski@patnat.com


Matt Harpin - UBIC - Get Comp!

mharpin@united-business.us

GEORGIA 1752 CLUB ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

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We want to thank everyone for their generous support of the Georgia 1752 Club and our annual Charity Golf Tournament benefiting Eagle Ranch, Insure the Cure, and the Georgia 1752 Scholarship Fund.   Everyone had a great time at the Harbor Club Golf Course!  


We raised over $11,000 for our benefactors!  WOW!


We couldn't have done it without our 30+ company partners/sponsors, 80+ players, and volunteers!  We can't express how much we appreciate all of you!  THANK YOU SO MUCH!


We hope to see you all next year!



​​​Benefactors:

Eagle Ranch
Since its inception, Eagle Ranch has provided a home for more than 600 children and is one of the nation’s most progressive therapeutic Christian homes for children in crisis.  It is located on 270 acres in Hall County in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. 

Click here for more information about Eagle Ranch. 

Insure The Cure
​The Atlanta insurance community has once again come together to form Insure the Cure to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  Insure the Cure was formed in 2011 in honor of Clay Snellings’ daughter, Emily.  Emily was born with cystic fibrosis, a life-threatening genetic disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system.  Currently, there is no cure.

The industry has banded together agencies, companies, brokers and re-insurers who, on most days, are fierce competitors, but have united to find a cure for Emily and the 30,000 others living with CF. 

Click here for more information about Insure the Cure.

Scholarship Fund
This annual scholarship is available from Georgia 1752 and awarded to students pursuing education in the insurance field.

Click here for more information about Georgia 1752 Scholarships.