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NTTC's PAC Golf Tournament returns for 71st meeting

The National Tank Truck Carriers’ PAC Golf Tournament is back.

The association did not host the event at its last two annual meetings because the locations, in Chicago IL and Toronto, Canada, were not amenable to golfing in April, but with the 71st Annual Conference & Exhibits in warmer Las Vegas NV, NTTC members are free to head back outside.

This year’s golf tourney is set for a 1 p.m. shotgun start April 22 on the Snow Mountain course at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort.

“It’s an absolutely wonderful time, and all funds raised from that go to NTTC’s PAC, our political action committee, which really is our No. 1 weapon in Washington DC,” said Boyd Stephenson, NTTC’s senior vice president of government affairs. “It’s how we can support the reelection of the members who agree with us philosophically, and we really appreciate the strength of that.

“At the end of the day, we want to let the folks on Capitol Hill, who are our friends and have been supportive of our industry, know that we support them as well.”

The suggested donation for the tournament is $400 per player, which includes greens fees, transportation and prizes. The tourney format is a four-person scramble.

The Trimble companies are serving as the association’s premier advocacy sponsors for the event.

Click here for the registration form.

Those who do not wish to make a political donation and ineligible donors may still participate in the event, NTTC said.

Contact the association at 703-838-1960 to make arrangements.

The Snow course checks in a 7,164 total yards, with what Paiute says are the best Par 3s on the property. The original course, which is a “true golfer’s favorite,” features wide rye grass fairways, seven holes with water, traditional Dye railroad-tie bunkers, dogleg finishing holes and a progressive layout.

Visit for more information on the course.

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