Rob Dalton is a man who is passionate about himself, life, family, his profession and playing golf. Rob Dalton Gaming Marketing Manager at Sun International and a friend of the PinkStig Brand of Women’s Professional Golf makes no apology for his support while in the same spirit happily strolling today in the streets of Monte Carlo with his PinkStig Cap.
Offcourse his wife Loraine Dalton is his greatest fan and taking the photo and getting a good giggle out of it. She remarks: ” Rob loves posing and is pretty good at it. He really brings the fun element out in everything he touches and does and thats the kind of relationship he enjoys with everyone whether its at the office or on holiday.”
Rob went on saying that he hopes tomorrow’s event ‘SAIS Charity Golf Day’ will again be amongst the most memorable moments and experiences with great returns for all those involve and more so the victims of “Child Survivors of Crime” He added: “I know Reggie Marimuthu for more than two decades and one thing is certain that he has always been a great ambassador for children affected by natural disasters, crime and not to many all the other social ills kids are faced with today. As fathers these kind of initiatives reminds us of our responsibility as care givers and enablers after life has graced us with so much to be grateful for. So again all the best tomorrow Reggie”
The PinkStig Dream team will be out in action tomorrow and the ladies are looking forward to sharing some of their experiences playing Sunshine Ladies Tour earlier this year. They will also be sharing some insights about what to expect at this year’s inaugural Sun PinkStig Series, which kicks off in mid July 2017 and which will conclude with the finale at Sun City in December 2017.
Later this month the PinkStig Dream Team will also be playing a round of golf with SA’s pin up player Brandon Stone at Steyn City as part of promoting the Sun PinkStig Series to SA’s leading men pro golfers. Earlier this year UniMedia Pro donated R30 000 to the 67 Blankets for nelson Mandela Day, a project driven by a very passionate Carolyn Steyn who is the founder of the 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day.