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American Builders and Contractors First Coast Clay Shooting Event

American Builders and Contractors First Coast Clay Shooting Event

American Builders and Contractors First Coast Clay Shooting Event

At the recent Big Bang Contest held at Associated Builders and Contractors of First Coast on December 14th, True Technology proudly sponsored a tent, adding to the event’s excitement. As attendees enjoyed the thrill of clay target shooting, our raffle offering bourbon, whiskey, and scotch baskets was met with great enthusiasm.

Contributing to this community event has deeply enriched our connections with others in the industry. Reflecting on the experience, we eagerly anticipate participating in this cherished gathering for a third consecutive year.

Key Takeaways

  • Engaging in community events deepens professional relationships
  • Sponsorship opportunities generate excitement and interest
  • Continuing participation in annual gatherings strengthens connections

Event Overview

Organizing Body

Associated Builders and Contractors of First Coast hosted the event.

Occurrence Date

The event took place on December 14th.

During the Big Bang Contest at Associated Builders and Contractors of First Coast, your company, True Technology, enthusiastically sponsored a tent. Participants were offered bourbon whiskey and Scotch baskets at your tent, which generated a positive response. You also observed the impressive skills of many shooters engaging with clay targets. Your support contributed to the success of this community event, and you anticipate continuing your involvement in the upcoming year, marking your third consecutive year of participation.

True Technology Involvement

Sponsorship Role

As a proud sponsor at the Associated Builders and Contractors of First Coast event on December 14th, True Technology had the pleasure of providing a tent. This allowed you to engage with attendees and share more about your offerings.

Contest Prize Contribution

You contributed to the excitement during the event by holding a raffle for bourbon, whiskey, and Scotch baskets. The spectators enjoyed observing the clay target shooters at this community event. True Technology looks forward to participating for a third consecutive year and continuing to strengthen a positive relationship with the community.

Community Interaction

Connecting with Participants

At the recent Big Bang Contest held on December 14th at Associated Builders and Contractors of First Coast, we were excited to sponsor a tent. During this time, we offered attendees the chance to participate in a raffle, with bourbon whiskey and Scotch baskets as the prizes. Interacting with shooters while they participated in clay target activities was a fantastic opportunity.

We look forward to continuing our involvement in this event for a third year.

Celebrating the Event

Being a part of this community gathering has been a rewarding experience for us at True Technology. We take pride in showing our appreciation and support for events like the Big Bang Contest, and we hope to continue contributing to its success in future years.

Future Participation

Yearly Dedication

Last December 14th, we participated in the Associated Builders and Contractors of First Coast’s Big Bang contest, where True Technology was honored to sponsor a tent. During the event, we showcased bourbon, whiskey, and Scotch baskets, which the guests well received. Attendees enjoyed shooting clay targets, and we had a great time participating in this community event.

As we reflect on the success of this year’s event, we aim to participate for the third consecutive year next year, continuing to foster meaningful connections and contribute positively to the community. We hope you, too, can join us in these efforts and make a lasting impact on the community.

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Tony Haskew

Project Engineer

Tony Haskew has 15+ years of experience in the IT field. He started working as a web developer in the 90’s and over the years migrated into the administration of systems and infrastructures of companies. 

Tony enjoys working on new technology and finding new ways to address old issues in the management of IT systems.

Outside of work, Tony is a 3D printing enthusiast, commission painter, and enjoys spending time with his family.