Pacific Software Publishing, Inc (PSPinc) Children's Foundation, in partnership with the University of Washington Foster School of Business Consulting and Business Development Center (CBDC), is hosting a charity golf tournament on Monday, August 19th, 2019 to provide $25,000 in scholarships for students with significant financial need.
Participating in this golf charity event also provides a rare opportunity to play at Aldarra Golf Club, an exclusive members-only course designed by Tom Fazio on the original site of the Boeing family farm. Lunch and dinner will be provided.
There are still a few sponsorship opportunities available including:
2 Gold Sponsors ($1,900 for a KP Hole + 4-Some)
5 Hole Sponsors ($650)
Drink Station ($1,000)
Players have the option of choosing to play a scramble or by individual stroke. Choose between:
Single Players ($350)
About the Cause: PSPinc strongly believes the sparks of future innovation will be lit by those who have overcome challenges presented by disasters or circumstances. By continuing higher education and partnering with the CBDC, these students will not only help themselves but also help our community by becoming better business leaders of the future.
About the Course: Built on the original site of the Boeing family farm, Aldarra offers a challenging par 71 layout that meanders through rolling terrain with stunning views of nearby Mount Si and the Cascade mountain range.
For event updates and to confirm your participation, please GO HERE for more information!
Your friends at the Consulting and Business Development Center
Michael G. Foster School of Business, University of Washington
and Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
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I watched NHK World Special this morning. I am not going to comment on what I saw. But I can tell you the story has enlightened me. When you toss a coin in the air, you expect the coin to be either on its face or tail. If you cannot see it, but someone tells you that it is NOT on its tail, you know it is on its face. So, if you do not like the result you got, you think the other side must be better than what you have.
So you do everything in your power to go to the other side. But you may not find what you want on the other side when you get there. In life or business, I face many decisions and I do regret some of the decision I made. I wish I made another decision. But I now realize the other decision may not be good either.
As a business owner, you have to make many decisions. But in many cases, you want to know what would happen if you decided another way. But it is life and you have to live with it. I think it is better to make a decision and do what you thought was right. You always regret some of the decisions you made. But you are not expected to perfect, you just do what you think is right.
Let’s not try to justify everything you have done. When you toss a coin, you make the call, the result is not as important as the fact you called it. At least be proud that made a call.
ps: As of July 7, 2019, Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. is 32 years old. I made a decision to start … I am proud of it.
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Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (PSPInc) has been listed with 74 other companies on the PSBJ 2019 Corporate Philanthropy List. This is PSPinc’s second time that PSPinc has been named to this list; the first time was the 2014 Corporate Citizen list. PSBJ will separate the list into three categories for further awards at the Corporate Citizenship and Healthy Community Corporate Champion honorees event, at 11:30 am, May 23rd.