• DAY ONE
    (Reflection)
  • day two
    (Events & Promotions)
  • day three
    (Marketing Platforms)
  • day four
    (Decision Matrix)
  • day five
    (Calendar design)

Join the Facebook Group

I've created a private Facebook Group just for people who are participating in this 5 Day Golf Marketing Success Challenge.  You'll be able to ask questions and get ideas on what to include in your Marketing Calendar.  Plus, I'll be in there every day doing Facebook Lives and answering questions.

Invite Your Friends!

There's no cost to participate.  If you know someone who is in the golf industry, invite them to participate!  Having a solid marketing strategy is the first step to having an amazing year!

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What Exactly is a 5 Day Challenge?

This 5 Day Golf Marketing Success Challenge was designed by Allison George from theallisongeorge.com  It is primarily a means for golf course owners, managers, and operators to get focused over a 5 day period in order to prepare and execute a marketing strategy for the upcoming golf season.

There is no cost to participate in the challenge.  You may invite your friends.  The more ideas and interaction, the more opportunities for success at all of our golf courses.

A new video will be released each day with direction on execution.  The accompanying worksheet is designed to help walk you through the process it takes to execute and organize a solid marketing strategy.​

​Who is Allison George?

Allison is a 3rd generation golf course owner and operator.  She began managing her family's golf course in 2004 with continued success.  This is her way of giving back to the golf community and helping all golf courses be more successful in life and in business.  She works with her parents, brother, and sister-in-law.  
Her husband works in lawn care (not at the golf course), so they can remain happily married after 20 years.  Together, they have three teenaged children.

Although Allison has a degree in English and Secondary Education, her skills in the golf business come from spending 40 years at her family's course.  It's been a school of hard knocks which resulted in Golf Inc Magazine voting her as the 8th most innovative person in the golf industry in 2015.  ​

Allison has served on the board of the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA) for the last three years.​

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