Floodproofing.com Holds Inaugural Golf Tournament to Raise Money for Flood Resiliency
The goal is for builders, architects and other professionals in the Greater Houston area to take part in the golf benefit to be educated on flood mitigation options and an increased focus on resiliency in the area.
HOUSTON - July 13, 2022 - PRLog -- On Wednesday, September 21st, Floodproofing.com will kick off its Inaugural Golf Tournament and Benefit focused on building awareness and raising funds for charities focused on flood mitigation and resiliency.
The event, hosted at Blackhorse Golf Club in Cypress, TX, aims to bring builders, architects and other professionals working in flood zones to learn about the risks and solutions available while enjoying a jam-packed day on the course.
"These are the groups that can really help drive change and make a difference in flood-prone areas," said Bob Fisher, Director of Marketing for Floodproofing.com. "These professionals are actively working in flood zones and putting measures in place that protect people and properties."
The tournament is a scramble format with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Single golfer and foursome packages are available along with a variety of sponsorship opportunities for local businesses to take part in.
"Overall, it's just going to be a great day engaging with the Greater Houston area, discussing an important topic for many home and business owners," said Sam Smart, Flood Mitigation Specialist in the territory. "A solid day on a beautiful golf course is just an added bonus."
Golfers and sponsors interested in registering or supporting the event can go to www.floodproofing.com/
Since 2001, Floodproofing.com's team of flood mitigation specialists has provided floodproofing products, education, and support for commercial and residential projects in the floodplain. With a diverse product portfolio that meets building codes, the team of Certified Floodplain Managers and Engineers at Floodproofing.com can ensure your design is compliant and fits your project needs. To learn more, visit www.floodproofing.com