Meridian Valley renews 5-year deal with Muckleshoot Casino as title sponsor for PGA Washington Open Pro-Am

  • Wednesday, August 7, 2019 12:53pm
  • Sports

The Meridian Valley Country Club has renewed its five-year contract with the Muckleshoot Casino as title sponsor for the PGA Washington Open Pro-Am Invitational.

The tournament benefits Folds of Honor, a nonprofit that provides educational scholarship to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service members. Since 2015, MVCC has raised more than $300,000 for the organization.

The Washington Open Invitational is presented through a partnership between the Pacific Northwest Section PGA and MVCC.

“MVCC is excited for the next five years,” said Greg Manley, Meridian Valley’s general manager and director of golf. “We are extremely grateful for our partnership with the Muckleshoot Casino and the PNWPGA. We look forward to continuing to support the Folds of Honor and the amazing work they do for our fallen soldiers and their families.”

Meridian Valley would like to recognize some of its sponsors: Donovan Brothers, City of Kent, Oak Harbor Freight Lines and the many more who make the tournament possible.

Meridian Valley is a private 18-hole golf course that was founded in 1965, located on Kent’s East Hill.


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