September 25, 2020

‘$Million shootout’ for Cayman Crime Stoppers


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2012 Cayman Crime Stoppers Golf TournamentGEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman: A one million dollar prize is up for grabs at the annual Cayman Crime Stoppers golf tournament, the organization’s major fundraising initiative for the year.

Teams will compete in a scramble format tournament, with prizes for the top three teams. Individuals will be able vie for one of 15 spots to participate in the ‘shootout’, where a million dollars awaits the first person to get a hole in one.

Cayman Crime Stoppers chairman Malcolm Ellis is spearheading this year’s tournament. “Every year we have had an outpouring of support from corporate and other sponsors and this year is no different. This is always a great afternoon of golf, prizes and networking, but most importantly, it funds our efforts to reduce crime in Cayman for a whole year”.

Dart Cayman is the platinum sponsor of the tournament this year. Spokesperson for Dart, Chris Duggan, threw his support behind the organization and its efforts. “One of the many reasons that Cayman is an attractive jurisdiction to both visitors and residents is the safety of our community. Any increase in crime, however, would be cause for concern for us all and we must remain diligent to ensure that we are able to continue to enjoy a peaceful society. The work of Cayman CrimeStoppers is a vital part of this process and we are very happy to support this initiative”, he said

Cayman Crime Stoppers is a civilian, not-for-profit organization that provides a safe and secure means for people with information about a crime to give it freely whilst protecting their identity. Crime Stoppers works closely with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS), the community and the media and through its efforts has become one of the most effective crime solving tools available to law enforcement agencies.

The tournament will take place Friday 10 October 2014 at the North Sound Golf Club. To enter a team, to sponsor the event, or to donate a prize for a raffle, contact event organizer Denise Gower of Fountainhead at [email protected]

or by phone at 945 8188. For more information on Cayman Crime Stoppers visit their website at



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