The Sheet Metal Industry Association of Australia is organizing the much awaited Golf event this year in the month of October! Australia’s premier and leading association of the metal fabrication industry Sheetmetal Industry Association popularly known as SIA is about to organize the golf event GOLF DAY 2011 this year on 14th October.

Sheetmetal Industry Association – SIA is also a not for profit organization of Asutralia and is constructed of individuals, customers and manufacturers, suppliers and service providers of Sheet Metal and Metal Fabrication products.

The event in details

The fabulous 18 Holes of Golf event includes a golf game, breakfast and lunch and prizes! Let’s take a look at the summary of the event:

When : FRIDAY, 14th OCTOBER 2011
Where : Liverpool Golf Club, Hollywood Drive, Lansvale
What : 7.00am – Breakfast & Registration
Timings :

8.00am – Shotgun Start
1.30pm – Lunch
2.30pm – Presentation

The Sheetmetal Industry Australia's officials said that they are looking for sponsors who can contribute for event prizes, cash or those who would be willing to co-sponsor with the SIA for:

--> Breakfast
--> Drink Cart
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So please mark this date: 14th October 2011 in your diary or calendar.
For further details please contact:

-->Geoff Curtis : 0404 191 793
-->Pat Waters  :  0458 995 347

What about entry?

To have an entry to the event, you have to register for the event and you have to fill up and submit the application form which is available on the official website of Australian Sheetmetal Industry i.e.

Please note that there is a little fee to take entry to the event. The detailed information about the entry fees and procedure and the entry form is also given on the official website of the Australian Sheetmetal Industry.

Apart from sport events like this, SIA is also taking steps to make Sheet Metal industry worker's life a bit healthier and safer by organizing seminars and conferences around australia. The Metal Fabrication and Metal Stamping  companies are also paying due attention to such initiatives and thus give safety concerns of metal fabricators a top priority.