The MPWC is pleased to offer two different levels of service, Premium Service and Standard Service. For answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Memorial Patron Will Call, click here.
The MPWC Premium Service handles the exchange of your badges for the entire tournament week. The Premium Service is offered for a requested minimum fee based upon the number of total badges.
The minimum fee for Premium Service is:
|1- 6 badges||$75||51- 70 badges||$380|
|7- 20 badges||$120||71- 90 badges||$480|
|21- 30 badges||$180||91- 125 badges||$580|
|31- 40 badges||$255||125+ badges||$680|
|41- 50 badges||$320|
This service provides a one-time Guest Pass pick-up. When you drop off your badge, you will designate the name of the person who will pick-up. NOTE: these badges are NOT returned to the MPWC. The minimum fee for Standard Service is $5.
Memorial Patron Will Call volunteers will check photo I.D. to assure that the person picking up the badges is the person on your guest list. A volunteer will assign your guest a badge and record the badge number before your guest signs "out" the badge. As your guest returns the badge and signs it back "in" a volunteer will check for the correct badge number.
It is your company's responsibility to assure that all badges are returned to MPWC each day by 7 p.m. for the next day's use. You are welcome to check in with MPWC at the end of each day to verify that all company badges have been returned or to obtain the names of the guest who have not returned a badge. The MPWC will not be responsible for calling you to inform you of unreturned badges.
MPWC will NOT be holding your guests' identification in exchange for your company's Tournament badges. Once a badge is released to your guest, MPWC is not responsible for the badge, or its return. Nationwide Children's Hospital, the Memorial Tournament, The Women's Division Committee and our volunteers will not be held responsible for unreturned, lost, stolen or otherwise unavailable badges.
For answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Memorial Patron Will Call, click here.