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OPEN LETTER: Native American Woman Golfer Seeks Assistance


Alexandrea Schulte is a Native American Professional Golfer from the Northern Ute Tribe. Ms Schulte graduated in December 2010 from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas with a Bachelor of Arts, and Majoring in Communications. She had a full golf scholarship, was 4 year starter including 4 SEC Championships, 4 NCAA Regional and 1 NCAA Championship appearances. She finished among career leaders in many historical statistics. Currently, the only Native American woman playing on LPGA tour.

Alex’s Mission is to guide Native American youth towards their full potential as healthy, well-rounded individuals that should never forget their proud heritage and realizing that each and every one of them has the opportunity to be successful while never sacrificing their culture or traditional ways. In Alexs’ own words “It is very exciting for me to be able to influence a new generation of Native American youth that recognizes the struggles ahead but have the knowledge to overcome them and realize their responsibility of continuing the traditions as they have been passed on to them. My goal is provide a safe environment and positive attitude for Native American youth through academics and sports”

Alex will be attending the NIGA 2012 Convention in San Diego and will be playing in the Chairman’s Tournament along with Ernie Stevens Jr., Chairman of National Indian Gaming Association and many tribal leaders from around the country.

Her 2012 Tour schedule consists of 27 tournaments in 12 states starting with the Florida Women's Open March 12-14. It includes 4 LPGA events and/or qualifiers, 10 LPGA Futures Tour events, 5 Cactus Tour events, 7 Suncoast Series events and the US Women's Open in Wisconsin

Alex is currently looking for sponsors to assist with her expenses on the tour. In exchange for sponsorship, Alex will be available for special events, appearances, endorsements and display of logo’s and endorsement of products. Any amount will be appreciated and put to good use promoting not only your company, but, woman’s golf and Native American Youth.

If you are interested in being a Sponsor or if you would like to make a donation, please contact:

Roger R White, President

Native American Marketing Enterprises, Inc

480-649-8224 or 480 233-8580


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