Fun Stuff

When we’re not focusing on our clients’ needs, we occasionally step out and have some fun. We also try to thank clients for loyalty and our trusted partners for their referrals. Here are some of the activities or giveaways we find ourselves involved with from time to time…

Lucrum attends the PGA Championship

Congratulations, Charlotte, on hosting the PGA Championship!
Lucrum Consulting was right there with you following some of the greatest names in golf.

Lucrum welcomes Accounting Specialist, Shannon Earnhardt

 Look what awaited Shannon on her first day on the job! For more ideas on getting off to a great start with new employees, read our article about onboarding new hires.  To learn more about Shannon’s expertise in accounting and bookkeeping, we invite you to read her bio.

2017 CPCC Sporting Clays Classic

Lucrum Consulting enjoys morning at 2017 CPCC Sporting Clays Classic with Eddie Heyworth of Heyworth Plumbing(l-r) Eddie Heyworth – Heyworth Plumbing, Jeff Heybruck –  Lucrum Consulting, Meridith Bartz – US Air Force, Michael DiOnofrio – Engineered Tax Services

2016 Turnaround Management Association Sporting Clay Shoot

(l-r) Jeff Brinkman – Regions Bank, Gary Dickison – Bull Engineering, John Paden – Cherry Beakert Holland, Jeff Heybruck – Lucrum Consulting.

Rain couldn't keep Lucrum Consulting from the game! - August 2016

(l-r) Jeff Heybruck, Debra Silva, Kurt Dyck and Gregg Watkins.

Time Spent on the Shooting Range with Blair Bohle & Whitsitt - August 2016

(l-r) Jeff Heybruck- Lucrum Consulting, George Bohle – Blair Bohle & Whitsitt, Kurt Dyck- Lucrum Consulting.

Annual People's First Insurance Golf Tournament at Sun City Carolina Lakes - May 2016

(l-r) Brad McKeiver- McArthur McKeiver & Vaughn PLLC, Jeff Heybruck, Phil Dibrell- People’s First Insurance

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The first blue Yeti we’ve given to a client- evidently this one is getting some use and is often requested by his neighbor, a die-hard UNC fan.

One of the great things about doing what we do is the ability to be part of such a wide range of businesses. Here are some pics of a controlled burn to help manage a planted pine forest. This is the first burn we’ve seen at night but caused by wind conditions early in the day and the fact that the burn permit was for a limited time. Periodic controlled burns remove accumulated underbrush, create habitat for wild animals, reduce invasive plant species, and promote overall forest health. Check out the short video below where you can actually hear the fire cracking and popping. Note that the road serves as a natural firebreak along with other prepared breaks around the perimeter in the weeks leading up to the actual burn.

(l-r) Gregg & Ann Watkins, Ashley & Debbi Silva, Jeff & Taylor Heybruck. Not pictured: Joe & Lori Childress.