University Club of San Francisco Sponsored 2016 NetSuite Open

 

2016 NetSuite Open pic
2016 NetSuite Open
Image: netsuiteopensquash.com

A graduate of the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, Danny Olmstead owns and serves as an investor at East Bay Holding Co., LP, located in nearby Tracy. He also owns another Tracy-based company, Residential Foreclosure Wholesale, LLC. Involved in his community, Danny Olmstead is a member in good standing of the University Club of San Francisco.

Founded in 1890 with the help of local university alumni, the University Club of San Francisco has members dedicated to community service and fellowship. The club’s headquarters was designed by local architects William Faville and Walter Bliss, and built after the 1906 earthquake. The clubhouse, situated atop Nob Hill, is a worldwide center for the sport of squash.

The University Club sponsors several squash tournaments, including the 2016 NetSuite Open, which ran from September 27 through October 1. Members received access to VIP box seats, discounted tickets, and opportunities to play on glass courts. They also had a chance to visit the VIP Champions Gardens and enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres before and during the games. The organization sponsored the tournament for the fourth straight year.

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