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  Booz Allen Hamilton has signed a three-year agreement to serve as title sponsor of the PGA TOUR's Washington, D.C.
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event. Beginning 2004 the event will be know as the Booz Allen Open.

This is the first major sports sponsorship for Booz Allen Hamilton, which has 8,000 of its 13,000 worldwide employees based in the Washington area.

To date, the tournament has distributed nearly $8 million to more than 150 local and national charities in the Washington, D.C. area. “In recent years, this tournament has annually given approximately $500,000 to local charities, with a slight increase in 2003,” said John Tydings, Chairman of Washington Golf Charities, Inc., the tournament's new host organization. “Beginning with the 2004 Booz Allen Open, we are committed to a goal of raising at least $1 million annually for local charities. And 100% of all monies raised for charity will remain in the local community!”

The tournament was known as the Kemper Open for 35 years, the longest-running association for any tour event with a title sponsor. Kemper Insurance withdrew its sponsorship earlier this year.

The tournament is played annually at the TPC at Avenel course in Potomac, Maryland in mid-June, although there have been negotiations to hold the event at Congressional Country Club in 2005.
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