The Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County is excited to announce Skeleton Optics’ sponsorship of the upcoming Tower Shoot at the Pine Creek Sporting Club in Okeechobee.
Inspired by the clubs’ mission and the event’s premium outdoors lifestyle shared with the brand, Skeleton Optics founders Mark and Lori Llano of Wellington have signed on as the awards and gift package sponsor for the event. Participants will receive a pair of sunglasses from their MultiCam Edition product line, along with other unique lifestyle products.
“There is a saying that our eyes are the windows to the soul,” Mark Llano said. “This is all the more apparent when looking into the eyes of our youth. We hope with our partnership we are able to assist the clubs in providing a better future for the children of our community. With sunglasses by Skeleton Optics, we hope your eyes become ‘windows to a better world.’”
The Boys & Girls Clubs are proud to partner with Skeleton Optics on this event, which raises money for local youth.
Charity and adventure are part of both the founder’s and the brand’s DNA. Exploring everything that the world has to offer, from rushing rivers to majestic peaks, inspires the Llanos. It’s this sense of adventure, of having “no boundaries,” that fuels them and Skeleton Optics.
Anchored in Wellington, the company’s sunglasses are inspired through the spirt of adventure and created from a relentless pursuit of superior, integrated design.
Fashioned using high-quality components that include polarized lenses manufactured by Carl Zeiss Vision, the world’s recognized leader in optics, and Grilamid TR-90 frames designed and manufactured in Italy, Skeleton Optics creates high-performance optics that promote active engagement with the great outdoors.
To learn more about Skeleton Optics and its products, visit www.skeletonoptics.com.
The Tower Shoot will take place Saturday, Dec. 3 at the Pine Creek Sporting Club (23721 NE 48th Ave., Okeechobee). Chairmen Kim Fonseca and Chuck Schumacher look forward to bringing together supporters. The field is limited to 24 guns. Guests can expect a full day of activities, including: breakfast, high tower, pheasant release, lunch at the club and an afternoon pheasant walk-up.
The Tower Shoot 12 gauge sponsors include Chuck Schumacher, the Moss Foundation and Jason Regalbuto. Pine Creek Sporting Club is providing the lunch sponsorship, while Chuck Steger is the photography underwriting sponsor.
Proceeds from the event will support club programs, which emphasize education, vocational, social, recreational, health, leadership and character-building skills in a positive and safe atmosphere.
For more information and event registration, visit www.bgcpbc.org/event-list.
ABOVE: Mark and Lori Llano of Wellington are the owners of Skeleton Optics.