NSG Sponsors Golf Tournament for Sumner County Schools to Benefit Education
NSG, one of Nashville’s leading information technology firms, sponsors the first annual “Tee Off for Technology” golf tournament, hosted at Hendersonville’s Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club.
NSG founder and Hendersonville resident, Mike Finlin, along with Raymond Crump and Scot Robinson of Olympian Construction and Jay Crump of J&J Interiors, are trying in some small way to help improve the technology gap in Sumner County Schools. As both successful businessmen and involved parents of children who attend Sumner County Schools, they realize their responsibilities to help drive education, job training and the economic climate of their city and the surrounding Nashville metro areas.
Mike served as the Technology Facilitator at Indian Lake Elementary in Hendersonville and his firm, NSG, served as a panelist on “The State of Technology in our Sumner County Schools Town Hall” discussion regarding technology & infrastructure in Sumner County. The panel experts discussed the current status of technology in our schools, what we need to get competitive, and the steps we need to get there.
NSG has also been a long-standing COMPASS (Community Outreach Making Partnerships at Sumner Schools) partner, and this was just a natural extension of NSG’s community “give-back, grow-forward,” education & economic driving passions.
The golf was good, they had a beautiful day, but the education cause and the momentum gained was a much sweeter reward.
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