PONTE VERDA BEACH, Fla. — Omni Hotels & Resorts is partnering with the PGA Tour in a sponsorship agreement that will see the company donate four meals to a family in need.
In celebration of Omni’s two-year anniversary of its Say Goodnight to Hunger program, the luxury-hotel chain will continue to use its properties, which include 12 golf resorts featuring more than 25 golf courses, to feed families all over the world until 2022.
“This partnership elevates our long-standing commitment to golf and highlights one of our core values of local-market leadership,” says Peter Strebel, president of Omni Hotels & Resorts. “We wanted to include the Tour cities in our Say Goodnight to Hunger program so we can give back and help more families.”
Meals will be donated for every birdie-or-better made during each PGA Tour event, including The RBC Canadian Open, which takes place at Glen Abbey Golf Club from July 26 to 29. Omni’s collection of 60 luxury hotels, including two in Canada, will participate in the initiative.
Organizers say on average, more than 60,000 birdies and eagles are recorded annually on Tour. Donations will be made to food banks in international regions and to local Feeding America food banks in the U.S.
“Our players and their families will enjoy experiencing all that Omni properties have to offer,” says Brian Oliver, EVP of Corporate Partnership at the PGA Tour. “In addition to a terrific opportunity to showcase Omni’s properties, this relationship highlights our shared commitment to giving back. We are excited to help highlight and advance Omni’s commitment to feeding families and reducing hunger nationwide.”