The Association of Commercial Real Estate Professionals (ACRP) connected over 250 CRE professionals for their 29th Annual Commercial Real Estate Golf Classic, a benefit golf tournament raising proceeds for the ACRP Education Fund and Soaring Kidz.
ACRP’s golf tournament kicked off with a bang at one of the top Texas public golf courses, Blackhorse Golf Club, at noon with 60 teams lined up for a full day of golf on two golf courses (North and South).
"We strive to host one of the best golf tournaments in the Houston commercial real estate community every year. With over 240 participants playing on two courses, we offered “hole in one” prizes at every par three, including a chance to drive away with a 2018 luxury car. All of our winners received amazing gifts and the raffle pool was second to none" states Phillip Matthews, ACRP’s Golf Chair. “We are grateful to our sponsors that represent the best that the CRE community has to offer. The ACRP organization strives to create occasions where professionals from every facet of CRE can come together to get deals done. Our annual golf tournament provides an excellent opportunity for folks to connect, establish relationships and most importantly have a great time doing it”.
ACRP will dedicate a portion of the proceeds from this tournament to the ACRP Education Fund as well as Soaring Kidz.
Commemorating their 30th Anniversary of active community stewardship, ACRP celebrates the opportunity to give back. For more information or to get involved, visit www.acrp.org.
The Association of Commercial Real Estate Professionals (ACRP) was founded in 1987 as a business oriented non-political association to enhance its members' and guests' knowledge of the commercial real estate industry, to establish business relationships and promote comradeship among a diverse group of individuals who are affiliated with or have an interest in the Houston commercial real estate industry.
About ACRP Education Fund
The ACRP Education Fund supports local masters-level education courses, college scholarships and the ACE Mentor Program of America, annually advancing over 8,000 high school students studying architecture, construction and engineering.
About Soaring Kidz
Soaring Kidz is an organization committed to enhancing the lives of children and teens with special needs by providing them with year round opportunities to involve them in unique and creative sports programs that maximize their potential, encourage their mobility, and promote their independence. www.soaringkidz.org
(L to R) Rob Walters,Tim Sommer, ACRP Golf Committeeman Nathalie Kosman, Matt Rogers and Leigh Ann Ahr
(L to R) Players: Mike Rozell, Joseph Mathis, David Ferguson and Matt Boyd along with ACRP President, Jason Cooper
(L to R) Mark Clark, ACRP President Jason Cooper, Rick Harsch, Marvin Garcia and Phil Quigley
(L to R) Marlene Hay, ACRP President Jason Cooper and Rose Herbst; NOT PICTURED Walt Watzinger and Marc Deer
(L to R) Jason Nybakken, Ricky Williams Jr, David Lindner, Bill Dampier and ACRP President Jason Cooper
(L to R) Michael Lane, Ronnie Kirkwood, ACRP President Jason Cooper, Marc LaRocca and Rich Mahabir