Pinnacle donates to Prospect Inc. for golf tourney

Pinnacle Financial Partners signed on as the title sponsor of the Prospect Pro-Am Golf Tournament, which will take place May 8 at Hermitage Golf Course.
May 1, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Pictured (from left) are Carol Ann Griffin, Pinnacle’s W. Baddour Parkway office leader, presents a $5,000 check to Eric Thompson, CEO of Prospect, Inc., for the Prospect Pro-Am Golf Tournament.

 

Pinnacle Financial Partners signed on as the title sponsor of the Prospect Pro-Am Golf Tournament, which will take place May 8 at Hermitage Golf Course.

The annual fundraiser benefits Prospect Inc., a Lebanon-based nonprofit that provides support services and employment to people who have disabilities or other barriers to personal independence.

“Pinnacle has been a title sponsor of the Prospect Pro-Am for the past six years because the fundraiser is crucial to providing services for people of all ages with disabilities in our community,” said Carol Ann Griffin, the office leader for Pinnacle’s W. Baddour Parkway location.

Pinnacle donated $5,000 to Prospect, Inc. for the event.

Prospect Inc. provides a variety of support services throughout Middle Tennessee. The main facility is located in Lebanon, with additional work centers and residential services in Smithville and Gordonsville. Prospect has program offices throughout Middle Tennessee, promoting personal independence to individuals from birth to senior adulthood. Prospect has a workforce of more than 300 employees and impacts the lives of hundreds of individuals annually.

Pinnacle Financial Partners provides a full range of banking, investment, trust, mortgage and insurance products and services designed for businesses and their owners, as well as individuals interested in a comprehensive relationship with their financial institution.

 

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