Threaded Fasteners Charitable Foundation To Host 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament In Support Of Team Focus

Local Businesses Respond to Sponsorship Opportunities

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Mobile, AL (September 21, 2017) – The 11th Annual Threaded Fasteners Inc. Charity Golf Tournament to benefit Team Focus is planned for Saturday, Oct. 7 on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Magnolia Grove Golf Course in Mobile. 

Threaded Fasteners Charity Golf Tournament organizers are especially grateful to local businesses that have generously stepped up as sponsors for this important charity event benefitting Team Focus including:

Current Sponsors include:

  • Hub International · SFS Intec USA
  • Stelfast · Hunt Consulting Services
  • Atlantic Coast Fasteners Inc. · BB&T Bank
  • Unytite Inc.

Various levels of sponsorship opportunities remain available, as follows:

  • · Ace Team ($1000): Includes banner, hole sponsorship, special recognition, 4 golfers, breakfast, lunch and tournament favors.
  • Eagle Team ($700): Includes hole sponsorship, 4 golfers, breakfast, lunch and tournament favors.
  • Birdie Team ($500: Includes hole sponsorship, 2 golfers, breakfast, lunch and tournament favors.
  • Par Team ($100): Includes one golfer, breakfast, lunch and tournament favors.
  • Hole sponsor ($250): Includes sponsorship sign/recognition at hole.

“Team Focus truly appreciates the past 10 years of support from Threaded Fasteners, but we receive so much more than finances from this generous company,” Mike Gottfried said. “The remarkable relationships we have developed with the people who work there demonstrate their strong desire to help our young men become leaders in their communities.” (Photo: Mike Gottfried)


Proceeds will benefit the non-profit Team Focus, which was founded in 2000 in Mobile by Mike Gottfried and his wife, Mickey, to help boys ages 10 to 18 who lack father figures in their lives. The mission of Team Focus is to provide a year-round program of support, encouragement and Godly values that foster the development of life skills in young men without active fathers by supporting the family structure. Team Focus uses role models and positive influences in mentoring, tutoring and other interactive initiatives to reach the youngsters. Team Focus has worked with more than 3,000 boys and young men since it was founded.

The cost to take part in the tournament is $100 per person. The entry fee includes breakfast, tournament favors and lunch sponsored by Wintzell’s Oyster House. Registration begins at 6:45 a.m. followed by a shotgun tee-off at 8 a.m. Attendees are asked to arrive no later than 7:15 a.m. to ensure enough time to register. Early bird registration extends through Sept. 15, and guarantees golfers a tournament shirt, organizers said.

For more information about the tournament and sponsorship opportunities, contact Mark Dunn at 251-432-0161 or e-mail at Checks should be made payable to Threaded Fasteners Charitable Foundation, 3200 Crichton Street, Mobile, Ala. 36607.


Based in Mobile, AL, Threaded Fasteners, Inc. (TFI) employees have a heart for all the communities they serve, and have been involved in charity work since the company’s inception in 1979. By direct donations and fundraising, TFI has impacted the communities where they have locations – Mobile and Semmes, Alabama, Pensacola, Panama City, and Tampa, Florida, Gulfport, Mississippi, Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Chattanooga, Tennessee.

As the company continues to grow, so does the Foundation’s reach. From providing food to residents of tornado ravaged Oklahoma to cooking red beans and rice for those who suffered from flooding in Louisiana, the Foundation is pleased to be able to respond in times of need. Formalized as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in 2011, the Threaded Fasteners Charitable Foundation is proud to partner with Team Focus in helping to support their organization as they change the lives of fatherless young men. If you would like to donate to the Threaded Fasteners Charitable Foundation, please contact Todd Hoffman at 251.432.0107.

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