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New Us Open Sponsors - Goldline and Beyer & Simonson

Very excited to announce new sponsors for the US Open Championships as well as the new event, The US Open Contender Round!

Boosting payouts for both events is huge!/

Thanks to both Goldline and Beyer & Simonson!

Info and registration here:
https://www.coldgranite.com/us-open-of-curling

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