Ramblings of Rick Rockhill. Pet Industry Veteran. Dog & Cat Nutrition Leader, Business Consultant & Advisor. Public Speaker.
Student of life, doing what I love. Following my passions and that which inspires me. World traveler, passionate about pets, animal advocacy and philanthropy that makes a difference. You'll find me in Burbank, Hong Kong and Palm Springs.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Putting Away the Day with LPGA Pro Golfer Irene Cho
Jimmy, Irene Cho and me
Last week I was in Orlando, Florida attending the Global Pet Trade Show with my company. It was a great week with lots of cool things happening in the pet industry. The show was especially fun because I was able to spend some time with my new pal Irene Cho, the amazing up-and-coming golf pro with the LPGA. Irene is one of the nicest people I've met in a long time. She has a great personality, super friendly and loves the game of golf! She was on hand signing autographs, Titleist golf balls and giving putting tips too. Being a trade show we had many of our retail and distributor customers stopping by to conduct business. But it was a real treat for many of them to meet Irene and talk golf for awhile. Living in Palm Springs I am surrounded by the most incredible golf courses. I must admit that after spending a few days with Irene I am a new fan of the LPGA and will be watching Irene play on tour.
my awesome golf balls autographed by Irene Cho
I'm especially proud of the new Titleist golf balls that Irene autographed. She inspired me to get back to the course a little more often and work on my drive (it needs a lot of help). Maybe you'll be seeing more of my golf game down the road...so stay tuned!
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