Jason, an NBFAA staff member and top-notch photo journalist, sent us in these great photos of the Tuesday daytime outings that the organization held. Golf without Guilt raises money for industry organizational needs, and the Skeet Shoot (complete with raffle for a very nice shotgun provided by the Tennessee chapter of the NBFAA) was a new event with a good turnout. Participants of both events reported brutally cold conditions that were fairly atypical for Vegas during the time of the NBFAA Spring Conference/ISC West, but these hardened men and women braved the elements for some fun. Want to be involved with the NBFAA?Â Head over to alarm.org.
Paul Carroll of the Central Signal Corporation, George Gunning, president of NBFAA and Bob Michel, president of Valley Alarm, pose inside the Las Vegas Gun Club with the shotgun donated by the Tennessee Burglar & Fire Alarm Association for the raffle.Â
George Gunning, president of NBFAA, looks down range and fires his shotgun.Â
Paul Carroll of the Central Signal Corporation takes aim.
Starting the day: Participants of the 4th Annual AIREF/NBFAA Golf Without Guilt Tournament roll out to their first holes.Â
It was a windy day during the 4th Annual AIREF/NBFAA Golf Without Guilt Tournament at the Revere Golf Club in Las Vegas. Despite the wind, participants made it to the greens on occasion.Â