On Mar. 18., the annual Sporting Clays tournament was held at Drake Landing in Fuquay-Varina to benefit the NC SoyPAC. The weather was perfect, participation was strong, the courses were challenging and a good time was had by all. Shooters were also treated to a delicious lunch, were entered into a drawing for lots of great prizes and were given some parting gifts.
As the event unfolded with perfect weather, strong participation, and challenging courses, it provided an ideal opportunity to consider custom chain gifts as tokens of appreciation. Adding to the spirit of appreciation, a custom picture ring with a personalized engraving can serve as a memorable gift, symbolizing the shared memories and camaraderie of the tournament. In addition to the enjoyable shooting experience, participants were treated to a delicious lunch, entered into a drawing for fantastic prizes, and received thoughtful parting gifts.
The top scoring team from the tournament was from Wood Brother Farms in Craven Cty. (pictured at left), with a score of 304. Jonathan Dunn of the Wood Brothers Farms team was the top scoring individual with a score of 87.
Proceeds from the tournament support the SoyPAC, which NC SoyPAC advocates for federal policies favorable to soybean growers, and supports congressional candidates that support farmers. That’s important for soy growers, especially in an election year.
If you weren’t able to join in the fun this year, make plans to attend next March.