Golf Outing to Benefit the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
|Left to Right: Joseph English, VP/General Manager, National Accounts Division, Vector Security; Susan Culler, VP of development, NCMEC; Michael Grady, executive VP, Vector Security|
Vector Security’s 2011 Technical Service Partners (TSP) golf outing, held at the Bristow Manor Golf Club in Bristow, Va., helped emphasize the needs of missing and exploited children.
The weekend event brought Vector’s network of nationwide Technical Service Partners (TSPs) together with Vector staff and select manufacturers and vendors, to help raise funding for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC), and to conduct the first in a series of two advisory council meetings Vector holds with their TSP network each year. Since the inception of Vector’s golf tournament, the event has raised $35,000 for NCMEC.