A crucial part of business is building relationships. While the bottom line for business is ultimately profits, success depends greatly on well-developed and maintained relationships. Networking is part of the foundation of success.
On Monday, we brought together business leaders from all over Utah at the Salt Lake Country Club for the Classic Golf Tournament. It was a day of golf, contests, good sportsmanship, fun, and of course, building relationships.
And there were also winners. The team with the best score of the day was the Bonneville Communications team, which consisted of Brandon Burton, Stewart Rutter, Brent Burton and Matt Barns, with a score of 56. That’s a couple strokes lower than last year’s winners!
The second place team was the Les Olson troop and CBRE wrapped up third place.
As for the contests at individual holes, Stephanie Palmer (KSL News Radio) won the Longest Drive for a Woman and David Summerhays (The Boyer Company) had the longest drive of the men.
And here is the winner of the photo contest:
— Andrew Moffitt (@moffitt137) June 3, 2013
Here are some more photos from the Classic Golf Tournament:
We’d like to thank our many sponsors for making the Classic Golf Tournament such a success this year:
Burt Brothers Tire & Service
Larry H. Miller Group of Companies
Mountain America Credit Union
Temple Square Hospitality
Bank of America
Hale Centre Theatre