Wells Fargo Championship

June 04, 2015

The much-anticipated Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, took place May 11-17. For the past 11 years, Jim Ablard has worked with the tournament and was able to continue the relationship at JHE. The JHE corporate meetings team was on-site all week to help execute a variety of elements, including:

  • Draft Parties: On Sunday and Tuesday, JHE provided video, audio, lighting and staging based on the design by Walton Event Design for the ProAm draft parties. Each night, corporate clients selected their PGA pro for the next day’s tournament.

  • TV Monitors: JHE installed 153 TVs throughout the course and corporate hospitality to give guests a better view of the tournament.

  • Audio/Video Support: JHE provided audio and video support to the media center, the First Tee youth program exhibition and corporate presentations in conjunction with TCG Events. In addition, the team provided a sound system on the first and tenth tees as well as for closing ceremonies on Sunday after the tournament’s conclusion.

  • Succeeding Together Event: The event supported The First Tee which provides a unique experience for youth by providing life skills and character education through the game of golf. This event featured four PGA players who read to the kids and then provided them with golf technique tips. JHE provided the sound system as well as rental equipment. 

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