The Graham Company and Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board are the devoted title sponsors of the Philadelphia Section PGA Junior Tour. Through their support the Philadelphia Section PGA Junior Tour administers tournaments and teaches golf skills to young and aspiring golfers.
The Graham Company
The Graham Company is an insurance and employee benefits broker that partners with business owners in high-risk industries like construction, manufacturing, distribution, chemical, health and human services and others, to prevent losses, train high-risk employees, manage claims, and tailor-fit insurance programs that will adapt to your risks as your business evolves.
Traditionally, brokers focus on policies and respond only when situations arise. The Graham Company believes that effectively managing your risk requires a proactive approach, starting with a comprehensive risk analysis and workforce education. We labor over every word in every policy, inspect every location and commit ourselves to rectifying every risk, every exposure.
We do this to keep your business growing and your employees safe.
At The Graham Company, we believe Actions Matter. So we are changing insurance and employee benefits brokerage from a passive to an active vocation.
Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board
The Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board is a private, non-profit membership sales and marketing organization which actively promotes the Valley Forge area and Montgomery County as a convention site and leisure visitor destination by promoting patronage of its member hotels, restaurants, attractions and services.
The Board represents more than 600 member businesses throughout Southeast Pennsylvania.
The Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board was established as the Valley Forge Convention and Visitors Bureau by the Montgomery County Commissioners in 1963, making it the officially chartered tourism promotion agency of Montgomery County. It was an agency of Montgomery County until 1999, when the County Commissioners voted to privatize the bureau, while maintaining fiduciary oversight through appointment of the agency’s volunteer board of directors.
The Board is now a private organization. Funding comes from a combination of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania grants, membership dues and a tax imposed on visitors occupying the County’s more than 8,200 hotel rooms. The Board does not receive funding from Montgomery County.