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9th Annual SmartScramble Charity Golf Tournament

March 2, 2011
Tournament features a day of golf, philanthropy and opportunities to earn CE credits.
Phoenix — The ninth annual SmartScramble Charity Golf Tournament presented by SmartPractice and SmartScrubs will be held Friday, May 6, at the McCormick Ranch Golf Club in Scottsdale. All proceeds benefit Give Kids a Smile Children’s Dental Access Program. It’s the perfect way for the dental community to come together to help kids while enjoying a day of golf, networking, prizes, and CE opportunities. Last year nearly 250 golfers and volunteers raised $20,000 to help underserved children in Arizona with everything from their first dental checkup to minor oral surgery. This year’s event features a first-ever opportunity to earn four CE credits with a seminar titled “Social Media Secrets You Need to Know to Grow Your Practice,” prescnted by Jan Hill of SM3 Dental Marketing. All attendees will receive $100 off registration to another four CE Credit event, “The Christensen Bottom Line,” presented by Dr. Gordon J. Christensen at the Tempe Center for the Arts on September 1. SmartScramble registration is just $125 and includes one round of golf and breakfast/lunch (morning round) OR lunch/reception (afternoon round), plus a goodie bag, sleeve of golf balls, golf shirt, umbrella, and towel.Registration for the Social Media CE class is an additional $100. Learn more and register online at or call Matthew Faulhaber at (800) 522.0800 x7547.SmartPractice is a family-owned company serving health-care professionals with patient communications, giveaways, clinical supplies, office supplies, and innovative glove solutions for more than 40 years. To learn more, visit offers health care uniform apparel and accessories for men and women and is the exclusive retailer of the S.C.R.U.B.S. brand.Give Kids a Smile was established in February, 2002, by a group of dentists in the Greater St. Louis Dental Society. Give Kids a Smile Arizona was established the following year and has treated more than 10,000 underserved children with more than $3 million in dental services. To read more about SmartPractice, go to

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