LOS ANGELES - The DIO Implant LA Open kicked off tournament week last week by inviting the California State University, Northridge women’s golf team and Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) junior golfers to Wilshire Country Club on Tuesday for the SERVPRO Women’s Leadership Program. The morning was hosted by SERVPRO and began with a putting demonstration from LPGA Tour rookie Brooke Matthews and continued with breakfast and a leadership workshop lead by top female SERVPRO executives.
SERVPRO recently launched the SERVPRO Women’s Initiative, a program that inspires, supports and encourages women within SERVPRO as well as the next generation of women in business.
“We were honored to welcome the women from Cal State, Northridge and the SCGA to support growing the game and women in business,” said Laura Williams, Director of Franchise Expansion from SERVPRO Headquarters. “Our goal was to use our partnership with the DIO Implant LA Open to connect with these young females and encourage them as they prepare for life after college.”
SERVPRO has been a proud sponsor of the DIO Implant LA Open since its inception in 2018. Beyond the SERVPRO Women’s Leadership Program, SERVPRO also provided complimentary admission to all military (active, retired, reserve and veteran) and first responders (fire, police, EMS) and their immediate family (up to four tickets) for Tournament rounds. The complimentary tickets provided access to the Hero Outpost Presented by SERVPRO, DEA Foundation, and Deterra located on the 18th Green with beverages and light snacks. Following the DIO Implant LA Open, SERVPRO also will be sponsoring the Patriots Pavilion at the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer in June.