We participated in the 30th annual MCBC (Master Custom Builder Council) golf tournament yesterday. This is our 7th year supporting the MCBC and we are happy to be sponsors for many reasons. The MCBC gives back to many charities throughout the year, they support their sponsors and members and they provide multiple opportunities throughout the year for networking opportunities.
The golf tournament specifically raises money for the Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families. This charity is near and dear to Millennium Systems Design as we are yearly sponsors and have attended and hosted a tour at the center. If you are unfamiliar with the Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families here is an excerpt from their website:
The Central Florida area is a vibrant, thriving set of communities. But children and families in our neighborhoods still face challenges, such as child abuse, sexual trauma, developmental disabilities and lack of access to medical care. The Howard Phillips Center helps combat these obstacles by delivering children and family services to support and advocate for those at risk.
The day started off cool and windy and there was a chance of rain but it ended up being a beautiful day at The Golden Bear Club at Keene's Pointe. MSD had a very successful day! We got to talk to our colleagues, eat and drink our way through the day and enjoy a day of golf at one of Central Florida's most beautiful courses. This year we had two employees in the tournament, Taylor Barry and Christian Nacke. We also had a client join us on the course, Mr. Mascaro. Mr. Mascaro is the owner of the award winning golf simulator/home theater that you can read about here.
Speaking of awards, we won first place for food at the tournament. We cooked our famous 'Breakfast Fatty'! Low in fat and calories and recommended by cardiologists everywhere (KIDDING) the Breakfast Fatty is a layer of weaved bacon, a layer of sausage, then a layer of cheese, hash browns, eggs and maple syrup all rolled up and smoked on a grill. We like to serve it hot off the grill on sliced Hawaiian sweet rolls.
The final perk of the day was introducing all of our colleagues to Rayva, the world's first turnkey home theater solution. Rayva is an exciting new partnership for Millennium Systems Design, by teaming up we are able to offer builders, interior designers and architects a very simple solution to what can typically be a very complex part of designing a home. Be on the lookout for a blog about this new and exciting partnership soon.
It was a great day for Millennium Systems Design, The Master Custom Builder Council and The Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families. We all left with full bellies, full hearts, and a lot of great memories. We are counting down the days until next year!
To learn more about Millennium Systems Design click here
To learn more about The Master Custom Builder Council click here
To learn more about The Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families click here
To learn more about Rayva click here