The LPGA Tour continues to expand its Diversity, Equity & Inclusion footprint, as it welcomes female-owned Beltz Portable Toilets as the Official Portable Toilets Provider to the LPGA Drive On Championship presented by Volvik at Golden Ocala this week.
“The LPGA Tour is an organization that has a top priority of promoting the growth and empowerment of women,” said Darla Eberst, owner of Beltz Portable Toilets. “It is not just about women playing professional golf but enabling girls and women of all ages and at all levels to be better, perform better and go further. That is also my mantra and I am proud to be partnering with the LPGA.”
Located in Williston, Fla., Beltz opened for business in November of 2010. They provide reliable, clean portable toilets to greater Alachua County and the central Florida region. Whether for a construction site or large event, Beltz Portable Toilets delivers affordable service with quality customer care. The company is comprised of five women and dedicated to offering hygienic portable sanitation facilities.
“It is really special to learn about and join forces with Beltz,” said Emily Norell, tournament operations director for the LPGA Drive On Championship presented by Volvik at Golden Ocala. “They are connected to the local community and have left a positive mark in the area for more than a decade now. We are so happy to have Darla and her team on board for this event, which celebrates the LPGA brand #DriveOn. There’s no better way to highlight the campaign than with a company that embodies its spirit.”
The LPGA has not been quiet about their messaging on diversity as the Tour recently acknowledged the topic with this statement: “Our goal at the LPGA is to change the face of golf, making the sport we love more accessible and inclusive. Diversity, equity and inclusion are at the heart of who we are and what we do.”
To learn more about services offered by Beltz Portable Toilets, please visit beltzseptic.com.