Vero Beach, Florida, resident Robert Johnson heads Stealth Self Health, also in Vero Beach. In addition to his duties at work, Robert Johnson has supported a number of nonprofit organizations, including the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.
The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation frequently runs nationwide golf tournaments and other charity events, with all proceeds benefiting children of military members. On September 28, the foundation will hold its 12th Annual Capital Area Golf Tournament at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, Virginia. This year, the tournament will memorialize First Lieutenant Robert Kelly and support the 3/5 “Darkhorse” Memorial Scholarship, which honors the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment.
Prior to the tournament, sponsors have the opportunity to earn event recognition through set donation amounts. With a $500 donation, sponsors will be recognized on a tee sign and in tournament marketing. Those in the highest donation bracket of $20,000 will receive eight event admissions, a mention in marketing material, and a named sign at the first tee. A single guest may attend the event for a $250 donation.
The tournament will run throughout the day, starting with registration and lunch. After a short ceremony and shotgun start, participants will spend the afternoon on the green, followed by a reception in the evening.