Birks & Mayors to Sponsor AJGA Event in Palm Beach Gardens
Birks & Mayors, a luxury jewelry company based in Tamarac, Fla., will sponsor the Birks & Mayors Mirasol Junior Championship to be held June 5-8, 2007, the American Junior Golf Association announced Wednesday. The event will be held on the Sunrise Course at The Country Club at Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
The 2007 edition of the event will be the fourth time the AJGA has hosted the event at The Country Club of Mirasol, which annually attracts the top talent from across the country. Past Rolex Junior Players of the Year Peter Uihlein and In-Bee Park have both participated in the event.
The 84-player, 54-hole event will feature the nation's top junior boys and girls ages 12-18. The first round of the event will be held Wednesday, June 6, while the second and final rounds will be staged on Thursday, June 7 and Friday, June 8, respectively.
"Birks & Mayors is proud to partner with the AJGA," said Thomas A. Andruskevich, President and Chief Executive Officer of Birks & Mayors. "We are excited to align with an organization dedicated to developing youth talent and supporting their pursuit of collegiate education. Our shared visions of striving for excellence in all that we do make the relationship a natural fit. We look forward to a top notch tournament and successful partnership."
Birks & Mayors is a leading North American luxury brand, designer and manufacturer of fine jewelry, timepieces, sterling silverware and gifts. Birks & Mayors owns 68 retail destinations, 39 operating under the Birks brand name across Canada, and 29 operating under the Mayors brand name in Florida and Georgia, including the newest location in Estero, Fla.
"The AJGA is very excited about establishing a relationship with a first-class company such as Birks & Mayors," said Jason Etzen, AJGA executive vice president of corporate partnerships. "This event has been one of our premier open events in the Southeast for the past three years and with the support of Birks & Mayors, it will continue to be."