PASSION : Magazine March/April 2018 Issue - Page 6

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Your neighbors are watching what you do…

Become one of America’s Greenest Clubs and appeal to prospective members and staff. Or, Do the right thing and be a positive role model for your community.

THANK YOU

I have the greatest admiration and respect

for the Founding Members of the Wellness Project™

and would like to thank the Founders

for all their input and support. Rick Ladendorf

Bonita Bay Club

Dan Miles

Bonita Springs, FL

Frenchman’s Creek Beach & Country Club

Achal Goswami

West Palm Beach, FL

Medinah Country Club

Robert Sereci

Medinah, IL

Southern Hills Country Club

Nick Sidorakis

Tulsa, OK

Town & Country Club

Tom Skoglund

St. Paul, MN

Venice Golf & Country Club

Jim Schell

Venice, FL

Wyndemere Country Club

Jimmy Lynn

Naples, FL

Denver Athletic Club

Mike Hestera

Denver, CO

Jonathan Club

Matthew Allnatt

Los Angeles, CA

Sea Pines Country Club

Robbie Ames

Hilton Head, SC

The Club at Mediterra

Carmen Mauceri

Naples, FL

Union League of Philadelphia

Jeff McFadden

Philadelphia, PA

Vineyards Country Club

Paul Malonson

Naples, FL

Desert Highlands

Golf Club

Terra Waldron

Scottsdale, AZ

As industry leaders, we must lead the eco-friendly green conversation by example!

Recycling, reusing, repurposing, reducing, composting, conservation and being a good corporate citizen is not just a strategy, it’s a way of life and part of the club’s culture. Being ‘green’ is a good thing and collectively, private clubs have an obligation to be good stewards of the assets and resources that make the industry what it is.

According to CMAA, the private club industry spends nearly $20 billion annually on goods

and services, employs hundreds of thousands of workers and private club members collectively donate hundreds of thousands of hours and hundreds of millions of dollars to worthy causes.

All of which become an extension of your luxury brand.

Additionally, private club members are the most influential, wealthy and involved human beings

in their respective communities. They are referred to as the top 1%’ers and when they apply

private club principles and processes in the workplace, great things happen.

If you believe in doing the right thing, and want to be part of the movement by

becoming a good steward of your clubs assets and resources, then click here to schedule a call

to see if your club qualifies as one of America’s Greenest Clubs.