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First Tee – Greater Charleston Welcomes Alex Andrews & Tommy Hall to Advisory Board

CRBJ Biz Wire //July 19, 2023//

First Tee – Greater Charleston Welcomes Alex Andrews & Tommy Hall to Advisory Board

CRBJ Biz Wire //July 19, 2023//

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Alex Andrews

Charleston, SC–First Tee – Greater Charleston instated two new Advisory Board Members during a Board Meeting on July 12th. Alex Andrews and Tommy Hall, both long-time supporters, will be joining the ranks of other community leaders to enhance Charleston Area youth development programs.

First Tee Advisory Board Members serve in strategic planning, awareness, and fundraising capacities. Alex Andrews and Tommy Hall have a proven track record in all of these roles.

Alex Andrews served on the First Tee – Greater Charleston Board of Directors for 6 years (2017-2022), where she spent four years as Secretary. She has played an instrumental role in organizing First Tee’s Annual Lowcountry GOLF&GALA event; she coordinated funding for First Tee through foundation support; and she also helped facilitate a corporate partnership with Renwick for Girls Golf programing.

Tommy Hall , CEO of Hall Management Group, served on the Board of Directors for 6 years (2017-2022). He has been influential in GOLF&GALA planning efforts, and he has hosted events at Halls and Halls 5 Faber to promote awareness of First Tee’s mission and impact.

Bucky Dudley, Executive Director of First Tee – Greater Charleston says, “We are excited

Tommy Hall

for Alex and Tommy to join the Board of Advisors. Their passion for local youth and advocacy for First Tee programs is as strong as ever, and as Advisors, we look forward to their continued involvement as we serve more children on the golf course and beyond.”

About First Tee – Greater Charleston
Established in 2008, First Tee – Greater Charleston helps young people from all walks of life develop interpersonal skills and connect with life-enhancing opportunities through the game of golf. The 501(c)3 offers on-course, in-school, and community programs to more than 17,000 kids each year in Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester counties. 97% of families participating in FTGC programs do so free of charge thanks to generous community support.
Visit firstteegreatercharleston.org to learn more.

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