Image forSTP Shipyard Palma launches  a charity bar at Pinmar Golf

On October 16th, 17th and 18th, the golf tournament organised by Pinmar in its most special edition begins in Palma for being the last of a long history of successful competitions: The Grand Finale. For this reason, STP Shipyard Palma has decided to strengthen its support for this charitable cause by opening and managing a bar on the terrace of the same Son Gual golf course, in which 100% of the proceeds will go to various charitable causes established by the tournament organisation.

In addition, and with the intention of further motivating the purchase of beverage tickets, STP has organized a raffle, so that it has more opportunities to win whoever buys tickets.

 

Likewise, and as every year, STP will maintain its collaboration in the organisation of the Captain's Briefing for the players, which will take place at STP’s Dock Bar, and on the golf course itself, where players can manage their registration, documentation collection and goodies that Pinmar and STP will have prepared for them

 

In this edition, STP Shipyard Palma once again has its team of players who, in addition to having a good day, will demonstrate their ability to get the best possible score.

 

On Saturday night, the day on which the gala dinner and the awards ceremony is celebrated, STP and specifically José María Campuzano, CEO of IPM Group, will deliver the original Norai trophy to the ‘Best non yacht gross’ category.

 

STP Shipyard Palma wishes to thank the entire organisation of PINMAR for its impeccable work in organising this tournament which has been moving the nautical industry for 31 years to participate in a charity action having managed to raise more than one million euros. And we wish them all the best with their eyes already on the future and their next project that will undoubtedly be equally successful.

 

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