Save the Date: Legends Golf Tournament - 9/21

Please save the date for our 10th Annual Legends Golf Tournament:   September 21st at Paa-Ko Ridge Golf Club.   Register here now!

The purpose for this popular annual event is simple - quality business is often generated between people who know, like and respect each other.  One important way AGC fosters and facilitates beneficial member-to-member relationships is through our signature events.  The popular Legends Golf Tournament offers AGC members and friends a great day of golf and networking in a beautiful New Mexico setting.

We hope we can count on your participation this year.  Your support allows AGC to develop and sustain programs based on our priorities as Members.  Your participation ensures AGC will continue to lead in public policy, workforce development, safety excellence, and pursuit of economic development opportunities to improve the business environment for all Members.  AGC remains committed to you and your company.

Register NOW!

Please also consider a sponsorship to further promote your company at the event, on our website and in our newsletter The Builder.  Contact Kelly for sponsorship details -

We hope to see you at the Legends Golf Tournament at Paa-Ko Ridge on September 21st!
Larry Franken, Franken Construction Co. Inc., Legends Golf Tournament Chair
Coren Anderson, Safety Flare, Inc.
Andy Carbone, The Groundskeeper
Jenice Gallegos, AMEC Earth & Environmental
Robert B. Lilley, Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA, Inc.
Patrick Thomas, Summit Construction, Inc.

Ever wonder why we call it the “Legends” Golf Tournament?   The “Legends Wall” in the AGC boardroom features portraits of the NM Chapter’s past presidents.  This impressive wall honors their service and the rich history and strong foundation of achievement they established – and also serves as a reminder to look forward as we continue to serve the current and future needs of the commercial construction profession.  The Past Presidents’ portraits are also displayed throughout the golf course during our event, keeping the Legends Golf Tournament true to its name.


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