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Chasse Consulting: Sales Strategies, Inc., a leading provider of sales performance consulting solutions and services, sent a team to the Central Texas Children’s Home’s Charity Golf Tournament and also supported the event by sponsoring a closest-to-the-pin contest. The Central Texas Children’s Home provides housing for boys and girls seeking safe haven from troubled circumstances. Graphic Designer Kelby Ruiz led a team of four representing Chasse Consulting in the charity’s May 18th Central Texas Open.

“It was fulfilling to know that the money we were raising was going directly to helping local children,” reflected Ruiz. “The organization’s efforts in hosting this golf tournament mirrored their dedication to providing for children in need, and I am glad to say that I was a part of this.”

The Central Texas Open

Placing 5th out of about twenty teams, Ruiz, alongside his brother Kyle and friends Barrett Houser and Curt Jaeger, represented Chasse Consulting in the event, demonstrating the company’s core value of corporate social responsibility by supporting an organization dedicated to helping those in need. In being named a Closest-to-the-Pin Sponsor, Chasse Consulting contributed to the estimated $8,000 raised in entry fees alone for the Central Texas Children’s Home before additional out-of-pocket donations made by generous spectators and participants, like Ruiz.

The Central Texas Children’s Home has been dedicated in aiding hurting and hungry children in the area since 1969, providing shelter, education, and counseling to children in need with the priorities of promoting family values and supporting their wards in accomplishing their own goals into adulthood.

Looking back on his involvement with the tournament in aiding the Central Texas Children’s Home’s mission, Ruiz had this to say:

“I got to meet so many people devoted to giving kids not only a place to stay, but a future as well; all while I was playing golf! Several participants and members would come up to us and ask who we were representing and we’d say, ‘Chasse Consulting.’ Nothing was more satisfying than seeing the smiles and the genuine gratitude on their faces, their expressions saying more than when they would thank us for our help. Knowing that my efforts contributed to these children’s futures, to me, that makes all the difference.”

Ruiz further explained that he truly believed in the work being done by the Central Texas Children’s Home. He is looking for once again helping contribute and compete in next year’s tournament.

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