There were 31 sponsors this year with 3 top sponsors: EOIR, RDM Engineering, and Leidos. In addition, EOIR collected over 50 gift baskets, gift cards, and merchandise donations from local businesses for the raffle prizes, and General Dynamics Mission Systems sponsored professional golfer Christina Lecuyer who raised more than $1,200 for the cause by challenging golfers at a hole. The winners were entered in a raffle for a signed Cal Ripken, Jr. baseball jersey.
TAPS family member Erin Yaggy, together with her daughter Elizabeth (Lizzy) spoke about her early days with TAPS more than 8 years ago and about the huge impact that the program has had on her and Lizzy's lives. Erin was joined by fellow TAPS family members Marie Campbell and Courtney Nyren who spoke about how TAPS has greatly improved the quality of their lives and helped them to overcome a number of challenging obstacles.
"This year's golf outing was another resounding success, and we are grateful for the huge level of support that it receives each year from the APG community," said Peter Cannito, EOIR President/CEO. "EOIR is proud to contribute to TAPS' ability to continue their crucial support and to reach more grieving military families."
About EOIR Technologies: EOIR Technologies, Inc. (www.eoir.com) has more than 35 years of experience providing specialized sensor design and development, intelligence support and analysis, rapid prototyping, training and simulation, mission command, and field service support to locations around the world. EOIR has nearly 400 staff providing state-of-the-art technology solutions from 11 U.S. offices and a number of U.S. and overseas client locations.
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