Excerpt of story provided by Crain's Cleveland Business
Written by Chuck Soder
Dan Quigg describes VeriShot with three words: Excitement, revenue and promotion.
The Solon company, formerly called Charitee Golf, aims to bring those three things to golf courses nationwide in 2009, when it plans to begin a national rollout for its hole-in-one monitoring technology, said Mr. Quigg, VeriShot CEO.
The system, which uses video cameras to monitor hole-in-one attempts and other contests for prizes, helps courses make golf more fun, bring in extra money and promote themselves, Mr. Quigg said...
...The company has raised about $1.9 million from Cleveland venture financing organizations such as the North Coast Angel Fund and JumpStart Inc. as well as several individual investors.
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