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New Location for SMPS Boston Charity Golf Tournament

April 20, 2010

The SMPS Boston Charity Golf Tournament this year is presented by mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection consulting engineering and building commissioning services firm Bard, Rao + Athanas Consulting Engineers, LLC (BR+A), and will again benefit Rebuilding Together Boston (RTB), which is the Boston affiliate of Rebuilding Together. According to RTB’s web site, the national non-profit organization renovates houses of people unable to pay for essential home repairs and much-needed updates.

The big news is that after years of holding the tournament at Blissful Meadows Golf Club in Uxbridge, we’ve moved the event closer to Boston— virtually IN Boston— at Granite Links Golf Club! Granite Links is a “Top Ten Best New Upscale Golf Course in the U.S.” as voted by Golf Digest and offers the most scenic vistas anywhere, including breathtaking views of Boston’s skyline to the North, the Harbor Islands to the South and East, and the densely forested backdrop of the Blue Hills Reservation to the West.

The golf tournament will be the kick-off event for the 2010 SMPS national conference Build Business held from July 14-16 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place in Boston. The golf tournament will be held at 9 a.m. on July 14. We’re also offering a golf clinic to those who wish to strengthen their game before taking on 18 holes. For more information on 2010 Build Business, visit http://www.buildbusiness.org.

This tournament is a favorite chapter event for members and friends who like to get outside and network with clients. But you don’t have to be a pro to participate. Perhaps you want to join the group at lunch for networking and a variety of raffles including golf clubs, tickets to Boston sporting events, and many other various gift certificates.

The tournament serves as the chapter’s principal opportunity to give back to those less fortunate through a charitable organization. For over a decade, the Boston Chapter has partnered with RTB. Since the tournament started, the Boston Chapter has donated over $40,000 to RTB. For 2010, the goal is even higher!

Learn how you can participate by clicking here for cost and registration information.

Written by Joe Barry, regional marketing manager at GEI Consultants, and Director of SMPS Boston’s Outreach Committee

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