BayFirst Solutions sponsors U.S. Coast Guard scholarship golf tournament

May 11, 2018 by Ben Cole Category: News

Washington D.C. — BayFirst Solutions was a leading sponsor of the 24th Annual Washington D.C. Scholarship Golf Tournament, a benefit hosted by the U.S. Coast Guard Foundation that supports the children of enlisted Coast Guard members. This year’s tournament, which was hosted at the Army Navy Country Club in Fairfax, VA, raised $101,000 for the Foundation’s scholarship fund.

BayFirst’s Tommey Meyers, Jim Fagan and Scott Buttrick were joined – as per the Foundation’s format for teaming industry partners with USCG players — by CDR Bobby Gomez from Coast Guard headquarters.

“We always look forward to our participation in the Foundation’s tournament.  It not only provides truly impactful scholarships for Coast Guard kids, but is also great opportunity to get to know our government clients and other industry partners in a relaxed atmosphere,” Meyers said.

BayFirst underwrote this year’s tournament as a “Birdie Scholarship” and beverage cart sponsor;  BayFirst’s Marilyn Padmore provided additional company presence by driving the cart for the tournament.

BayFirst participates annually in various benefits for the U.S. Coast Guard, including the Foundation’s charity golf tournament and as a major sponsor of Coast Guard Day in Elizabeth City, N.C.

Recently named a qualifying provider for the GSA’s $15 billion Alliant 2 Small Business Government-Wide Acquisition Contract, BayFirst Solutions was founded in 2002 as a strategic management and technology consulting firm that helps government agencies plan, manage, and execute programs that enhance public safety and homeland security. In addition to its new headquarters in the District of Columbia, BayFirst teams operate across the nation to partner with public sector clients and deliver impactful results in the areas of security risk management, networking engineering and cybersecurity, aviation and marine engineering, integrated logistics modernization, strategic planning, and acquisitions.

  

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