Friday, February 22, 2013
A Night for Northville will raise money for further renovations to Tom Holzer Ford Field.
The Northville TURF CLUB is having a fundraiser this Saturday to help raise $250,000 for final developments to Tom Holzer Ford Field. The volunteer group of 13 Northville community and business leaders is hosting its second A Night for Northville fundraiser Saturday from 8 p.m. to midnight at Northville Square Mall, 133 W. Main Street. More than $41,000 was raised at the 2012 A Night for Northville event and hopes run high to exceed this amount this coming Saturday night, according to a press release. The event includes hors d’oeuvres and desserts, an open bar, live entertainment from The Shawn Riley Band, two silent auctions and more. Tickets are $100 per person ($70 is tax-deductible). After a successful Phase I campaign, TURF CLUB set …
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Tickets are now on sale for "Night for Northville" online.
The second "Night for Northville" fundraiser will be held on Saturday, Feb. 23 at Northville Square from 8 p.m. to midnight. All funds raised on this night, which will include a silent auction, will go directly to Phase II improvements at Tom Holzer Ford Field Phase II will include an upgraded concession area, renovated rest rooms and locker rooms, and cosmetic changes and improvements to the entryways, fencing and walkways. Tickets are $100 each ($70 of which is tax deductible) and includes appetizers and cocktails for the entire evening. Entertainment will be provided by The Shawn Riley Band. Both Brick's and Northville Sports Den will also be donating a portion of their proceeds from this night to the Turf Club. If you are interested …
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
The auto dealership will give the district a $250,000 donation to be paid over 10 years in exchange for the naming rights.
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
-From a Northville Public Schools press release Northville Public Schools announced today a generous $250,000 donation from Tom Holzer Ford, Inc., in Farmington Hills, that will support the completion of Phase I improvements to the school district’s athletic stadium — including the installation of artificial turf — and give naming rights for the facility to the automotive dealer. Northville Superintendent Mary Kay Gallagher and Tom Holzer Ford President and Chief Executive Officer Constance Holzer signed the 10-year donor agreement at a gathering today at the stadium, where installation of the artificial turf was recently completed. With the agreement official, the facility —located on the north side of Eight Mile Road between Center …
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
An agreement was approved by the school board to give the dealerships naming rights in exchange for the donation.
In exchange for a donation of $250,000 paid over 10 years, Tom Holzer Ford seeks to acquire naming rights of the Northville Public Schools' stadium at Eight Mile and Center roads. The school board approved a contract Tuesday night authorizing the donation. It awaits approval by the car dealership. The contract between the district and the dealership about the stadium – which is currently undergoing drastic revamping thanks to a combination of district dollars and fundraising monies raised by the Northville Education Foundation – calls for a lump sum payment of $172,600 in the first year and $8,600 for the nine years following. It is used for several of the district's athletic events including high school football games. "It is anticipated…