Raffle and Silent Auction will be held during lunch
Please see below for the team/sponsorship opportunities - please call/text or email request for team or sponsorship to firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-413-0813.
The Houston Section of NACE International has provided scholarships for over 30 years. Scholarships have traditionally been funded by The Houston Education Week, Rectifier Schools, NACE Houston Clay Shoot, and NACE Ronnie Little Memorial Golf Tournament. These scholarships are given out every summer to local kids of the greater Houston area and last year we were able to give away $50,000.00!! We are hoping to expand that with the help of you and continue working to do our part in helping these young men and women get an education. We have many great opportunities to sponsor our upcoming golf tournament and continue to help build on this great legacy. As we are a 100% volunteer group, all of the proceeds go toward the fund.
Sponsorships available (if interested in Title Sponsor please contact Jane or Meghan):
Gold: $1,600.00 (includes 2 Teams) Station: $750.00 (2) can have tent
Beverage: $500.00 (3) Closest to the Pin: $500.00 (2)
Lunch: $1,750.00 Hole in one: $1,200.00
Registration: $500.00 (3) Gifts: $250.00
Hole: $150.00 Raffle: Tickets $20 for 5, $100 for 30.
TO REGISTER OR TO SPONSOR PLEASE EMAIL JANE@BROWNCORROSION.COM OR TEXT 281-413-0813 WITH YOUR NAME, EMAIL AND WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SPONSOR AND SHE WILL SEND CREDIT CARD PAYABLE INVOICES OR INVOICES FOR HR TO CUT A CHECK. THANK YOU.
LUNCH & BEVERAGE SPONSORS
SILVER AND GOLD SPONSORS
Rest In Peace
Ronnie joined his maker on Sunday, March 17th, 2019 after having a stroke a week ago. He is survived by his wonderful wife Elaine; daughter Laura and husband Dan and granddaughters Cameron and Shelby; daughter Amber; daughter Leslie and husband Albert and new baby Adam; and son Chris.
Ronnie was the heart of this Houston Section. He welcomed all, enthusiastically preached about the wonderful life the corrosion industry gave him, and kept us all smiling. He saw the very best in each of us and helped us all strive to be better than we thought we could be. He was unapologetically optimistic, kind and energetic. He gave willingly of his time to friends, to NACE and to his family. I think I can say on behalf of every member he met, he made a difference and he was a friend. He shall be missed more than words can say. NACE Houston has had our bright light extinguished but I hope all of us will go forward taking Ronnie's positive spirit with us in everything that we do. We shall miss you, R. Little!