Local Companies Support The 6th Annual Honoring The Sacrifice Golf Tournament

Friday, October 4, 2019
Dallas S. Bunton, Sr. (1950-2019), Dallas S. Bunton, Jr., Andrew Smith
Dallas S. Bunton, Sr. (1950-2019), Dallas S. Bunton, Jr., Andrew Smith

Chattanooga-based Honoring the Sacrifice Foundation will host its sixth annual golf tournament on Monday, Oct. 21. This is an opportunity for local businesses and area golfers to help severely wounded veterans. 

Dallas S. Bunton, Jr., Chief Information Officer at Chattanooga-based North American Credit Services said this tournament means a lot to their company.

He said, “This is such a great tournament.

North American Credit Services has been a sponsor from the beginning. It meant so much to my dad, Dallas S. Bunton, Sr., who served in the United States Army, to help other veterans, especially those who returned from their service wounded.  This tournament gives us a chance to honor his memory and his legacy of commitment to the veterans.”

The tournament will be held at Black Creek Club and will include a silent auction, contests, prizes, and food from Texas Roadhouse, The Feed Company, and Tremont Tavern. 

Tournament sponsors include North American Credit Services, Koch Foods, US101, and Frost Cutlery.  Two hole-in-one contests will be available which include an opportunity to win an Eagle Crest Artesian Spa from The Great Backyard Place and a two-year lease on a Toyota Camry from Capital Toyota.

Team and sponsorship opportunities are still available at www.honoringthesacrifice.org.

 


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