US-BASED accounting and advisory firm Alloy Silverstein has announced it has signed a branding agreement with five Australian golf professionals.
PGA Tour professional Bronson La’Cassie, who finished the 2013 Web.Com Tour season T36th to earn his 2014 PGA Tour Card, is continuing his branding agreement with Alloy Silverstein for the second consecutive year. A Brisbane native and University of Minnesota alum, La’Cassie has over seven years of professional golf experience, including a first-place finish at last year’s Cox Classic.
“It has been exciting watching Bronson strive to achieve his career goals and to stand beside him as his advisor for taxes, business planning, and financial decisions,” says managing partner Ren Cicalese, CPA, PFS, CGMA.
Under the terms of his agreement, La’Cassie will wear the Alloy Silverstein logo on his apparel and act as a brand ambassador for the firm.
In addition, the firm signed branding agreements with five PGA Web.Com Tour professionals including four Australians: Steve Allan, a Melbourne native and current Scottsdale, AZ resident; Adam Crawford, of Brisbane; Ashley Hall, of Melbourne; Cameron Percy, a Chelsea native and current resident of Raleigh, NC; and Bhavik Patel, a Fresno State University alum of Bakersfield, CA.
The 2014 season marks the third year of Alloy’s relationship with Percy, the second for Allan, Crawford, and Hall, and the first for Patel. These players have worked hard and are striving to achieve their career goals.
“It is exciting to stand beside these players during the budding stages of their professional golf careers and to be their advisor for taxes, business planning, and financial decisions,” says Cicalese.
The Web.Com Tour is the developmental tour for the PGA Tour. Players compete to finish on the Top 25 Money List to secure their chances at a 2014-2015 PGA Tour Card. At the conclusion of the regular season, the overall top 75 will advance to the Web.Com Tour Finals where the top 50 will be awarded a PGA Tour Card for the 2014-2015 golf season.
Under the terms of the agreements, players wear the Alloy Silverstein logo on their apparel and act as brand ambassadors for the firm’s accounting and personal financial services. Alloy Silverstein is on its way to becoming the preferred accounting and advisory service provider for players on the US tours.