BBOT Golf Tournament Brings Business Together on the Greens; Raises over $5000 for Dixon Transition Society

Business owners and professionals from across Burnaby and the region hit the greens on September 6th for the annual Burnaby Board of Trade Golf Tournament at the beautiful Riverway Golf Course in south Burnaby.

Over $5000 was raised during the tournament to support to work of the Dixon Transition Society, this year’s tournament partner charity. Dixon Transition Society works to support women and children fleeing domestic violence and abuse and the funds raised will go a long way to helping that cause.

Starting with a lunch buffet and ending with a delicious buffet dinner and an array of prizes that were handed out, the tournament provided a full day of great golf, food & drinks, fun sponsors on every hole and, of course, great opportunities to network and connect with fellow professionals and business owners.

At the tournament dinner, Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan thanked the Burnaby Board of Trade (BBOT) for their continued work in supporting a diverse, sustainable and thriving business community, and Dixon Transition Society provided a heartfelt thank-you for the support shown by the tournament attendees.

See all the pictures from this year’s golf tournament here!

   BBOT President & CEO Paul Holden presents a cheque for      $5000 to Sena Hughes Lauer with Dixon Transition Society