“Swing for Certification” is the theme for the first annual Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) golf tournament set for Sunday, June 10, at Bear Creek Golf Club in Dallas preceding the NRF PROTECT conference June 11–13. The event is open to all retailers and solution providers to raise money to fund scholarships for LP professionals who want to advance their careers through obtaining their LPQ or LPC certifications. Proceeds will also benefit industry charities, including the Loss Prevention Benevolent Fund and the USS Foundation, the legacy event sponsor.
“The NRF leadership is proud of the partnership that we have developed with the LP Foundation,” said Robert Moraca, MBA, CPP, CFE, vice president of LP for NRF. “Both the NRF and LPF share a similar passion to harness retail loss prevention industry knowledge and dedicated LP professional volunteers to champion educational enrichment for the industry. This Swing for Certification event is a fun way to continue our combined desire for LP excellence.”
“The Loss Prevention Foundation is very proud and honored to be hosting our first annual Swing for Certification golf event at NRF PROTECT,” said Terry Sullivan, LPC, president of the LPF. “We are excited to raise funds for LPQ and LPC scholarships to assist LP and AP professionals continue their education as well as advance their careers. We are welcoming all retailers and solution providers to participate in this networking golf event. It’s sure to be a great day for all.”
The event will begin with lunch at 11:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 1:00 p.m. Prizes and awards will be handed out at a cocktail reception following golf. Bear Creek Golf Club is located at 3500 Bear Creek Court in Dallas, adjacent to DFW Airport and just seven miles from the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center, site of the NRF PROTECT conference.
For more information or to sign up as a sponsor, contact Terry Sullivan at terry.sullivan (at) losspreventionfoundation.org.
This post was originally published in 2017 and was updated January 30, 2018.