PGA Tour Professional Len Mattiace Joins the WGL Team.Business Editors
ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 19, 2004
The World Golf League, Inc. (OTC OTC
See over-the-counter market (OTC). BB: WGFL WGFL Warrington Grid for Learning (UK) ) announced today that two time PGA Tour winner Len Mattiace has joined the World Golf League team as an official spokesman. Under a one-year contract Mr. Mattiace will provide endorsement services for the WGL WGL - Waveform Generation Language in television and print advertising. In addition, Len Mattiace will host the 2004 national tournament awards banquet in February 2005. "I am thrilled to be part of such a dynamic organization which can offer the thrill of professional golf, irregardless ir·re·gard·less
[Probably blend of irrespective and regardless. of ability to all 55 million golfers worldwide."
"We are very excited to have such a talented PGA tour player as part of the WGL team. With Len's exciting second place finish at last years Masters, we anticipate Len to be very visible in the weeks leading up to the 2004 Masters," said Mike Pagnano, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. The World Golf League, Inc. "Len's participation in our media campaigns will lend tremendous credibility to the WGL brand and enforce the validity of the Play for Pay concept" Mr. Pagnano went on to say.
The WGL operates a professional golf concept in the USA and 27 international venues, which allow average golfers to play for substantial prize money in local and regional tournaments culminating with a PGA-style national event and world championship.
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