Thanks for your interest in volunteering for the Bay Area Golf Show - November 16-18, 2012 at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, California.
Please fill out the form below and select which duty and shift you are volunteering for.
Some duties and shifts fill up fast, so make sure you register today!
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Goody Bags (Thursday Only)
Volunteers work a 6-hour shift stuffing all the literature, coupons and premium items into the Goody Bags that will be handed out at the door Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Volunteers will also assist in setting up the general process for quick and easy dissemination of the Goody Bags.
Volunteers will be responsible for greeting attendees as they enter the show, handing out the Goody Bags, and possibly ticket taking.
Volunteers may also be used to break other volunteers, or cover other positions, after the opening rush is handled.
Volunteers working the closing shift will also be required to offer exiting patrons a stamp and remind them that if they wish to take advantage of our new multi day ticketing, that they will need a stamp to re-enter the following days.
Exactly as it sounds. When volunteering for this position, you can expect just about anything. Volunteers working this shift may cover breaks for other volunteers, help up with unexpected situations that may come up, and assist with production needs as they come up.
There are generally 2 volunteers working this position at a time. One who handles signing people up, keeping track of winners, collecting payments, and disseminating the proper number of balls to contestants, and the other who handles the shagging and supply of balls.
Assist with running the Long Drive. Collect money, record scores, coordinate sessions and disseminate prizes.
Much like the Putting Challenge, there are generally two volunteers working this position during high peak times. One who collects the money and handles handing out the prizes, and the other who shags the balls and ensures the game is in working order.
People working the extra position should also come expecting anything. Extra volunteers are generally scheduled to ensure that all positions are covered throughout the show in cases of no shows or illness. These volunteers may also be used to cover positions as other volunteers are going on breaks, or to assist with production needs as required.