Construction companies team up to support veterans and their families at Pelican Hill golf tournament

Construction companies teamed up to support veterans and their families at Rosendin’s 9th Annual Golf Tournament an Auction held May 23 at Pelican Hill Golf Club. Construction professionals across California raised $375,000 for the Navy SEAL Foundation (NSF) through entry fees, sponsorships and an auction. Since 2016, the tournament has collected more than $3.5 million to support families of Navy SEALs and Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewmen (SWCCs).

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Construction professionals across California raised $375,000 for the Navy SEAL Foundation

“We are especially grateful to David Lincoln and the entire Rosendin Electric family for their steadfast dedication and generosity in supporting NSF and the NSW community,” said Robin King, CEO of the Navy SEAL Foundation. “The annual Rosendin Golf Fundraiser continues to be one of our favorite events, providing critical programs and services to the warriors and families through their support of the Foundation. Thank you to all who participated, volunteered and sponsored.”

“Thanks to the collaborative efforts of Rosendin’s partners and sponsors, we exceeded our fundraising goals to support NSF and the veterans and families it serves,” said David Lincoln, senior vice president of Rosendin and NSF ambassador. “We work with many veterans who have found successful career paths at Rosendin and are proud to continue organizing efforts that will significantly impact the communities we serve and work with daily.”

Sponsors included Sunbelt Rentals, 3M, Border States, CED, Granite, Dave Evans & Associates Hawkeye Rentals, United Rentals, Walters, Performance Lighting Systems, Rexel USA, Bird & Associates, MAIN Electric, OneSource Distributors, Wesco, GameChange Solar and more.

Rosendin, the largest employee-owned electrical contractor in the United States, was founded in 1919 by WWI Navy Veteran Moses Rosendin. It employs veterans from every military branch across the U.S.


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