Los Angeles, CA – NFL Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson will host the 2nd Annual Hall Of Fame Golf Invitational presented by FLOTEK. The event will took place on Friday, July 24th, 2015 at the Angeles National Golf Club in Sunland, CA. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Young Warriors Foundation.
The Eric Dickerson Hall of Fame Golf Invitational is one of the premier golf events in the country, hosting a field of Hall-Of-Fame athletes from the NFL, NBA and NHL. This year was the 2nd annual event benefiting the Young Warriors Foundation which helps guide and inspire fatherless boys to become great men. Following a great day of golf the course will host all of the attendees with a VIP reception sponsored by Monster.
The Young Warriors Foundation focuses on the physical, emotional and social needs of boys and mothers in absent-father homes. Through a multi-year journey, Young Warriors teaches these boys necessary life skills needed to become a stable and balanced man and through our mandatory parent workshops, experts deliver a curriculum focused on raising children without a male in the home. FLOTEK served as the official presenting sponsor of the Young Warriors Foundation and their kind donation will help the Young Warriors mentoring programs continue to grow.
“We are delighted to be the presenting sponsor of Eric Dickerson’s Hall of Fame Golf Invitational to benefit the Young Warriors Foundation,” said John Chisholm, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Flotek. “Eric’s commitment to provide resources and support to boys without fathers continues to make a difference in the greater Los Angeles community. The Young Warriors success in having a positive impact on the lives of these families is an achievement Flotek is both proud and humbled to support. As our business of environmentally-focused energy development grows in Southern California we look forward to continuing to make a difference in the community.”
The Young Warriors Foundation is a mentoring program for boys who are growing up without fathers, living in poverty or have dealt with other traumatic experiences at a young age. For more information about the foundation please visit www.youngwarriors.org
Photos by Jordon Kelly & Jevone Moore