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Outlook’s 20th Tee It Up Fore Sight Golf Tournament Raises Money to Support Programs for Blind, Visually Impaired

Omaha’s Outlook will celebrate the 20th year of its Tee It Up Fore Sight golf tournament on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, at Tiburon Golf Club, 10302 S. 168th Street in Omaha. The annual fundraiser supports Outlook Enrichment programs, which provide visually impaired individuals with a wide variety of resources and recreational activities.

You don’t need to be a golfer to swing for a good cause. The day will begin at 7:30 a.m. with a Coffee & Contacts networking event that is open to the public.

At the Tee It Up Fore Sight golf tournament, registered participants will tee up and compete with blind or visually impaired golfers who were involved with Outlook’s Stanley M. Truhlsen Jr. Blind Golfer Clinic. Megan Mackie, Community Events Coordinator for Outlook Enrichment, and Kristal Platt, licensed certified genetic counselor at Boys Town, both have vision loss, and the clinic taught them golf skills to increase their confidence on the course.

You can learn more from Outlook CEO Eric Stueckrath on why he started the golf tournament 20 years ago.

Vision loss can lead to isolation, which is why Outlook Enrichment provides opportunities to empower people with low or no vision. If you can’t attend the event but would like to support Outlook, you can help the organization reach its goal of $10,000 to help fund 200 hours of service for its clients. Please consider contributing to the cause by donating at

Lukas Partners has been proud to help our valued client Outlook Enrichment promote this event the past several years. Lukas Partners secured several news media preview stories of the 2024 Tee It Up Fore Sight golf tournament, which included a front-page story in the Omaha World-Herald, and interviews on KETV and KFAB Community Matters with Scott Voorhees, Strictly Business and KIOS-FM. MSN also noted the event. These placements had an audience reach of approximately 58 million, with an ad equivalency value of $10 million.

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