First Onsite Forges Multi-year Partnership With Masters Champion Mike Weir

First Onsite Property Restoration (First Onsite), one of North America’s largest disaster recovery and restoration providers for commercial enterprises, has entered into a multi-year partnership with Masters champion, Mike Weir.

Weir, or “Weirsy” to his fanbase, has won eight PGA Tour tournaments, including the Masters, the TOUR Championship, and a World Golf Championship. Additionally, he was a member of six World Cup teams and five Presidents Cup teams. Weir is considered to be Canada’s greatest golfer. He is a three-time recipient of the Lionel Conacher Award which is awarded to Canada’s male athlete of the year; he was the first golfer to be so honored since 1932. For his career accomplishments on and off the course, Weir also received the Order of Canada in 2009, Canada’s highest civilian honor, and was a Canadian Golf Hall of Fame inductee.

“This partnership was a no-brainer for us,” said Dave Demos, CEO, Canada and Global Client Solutions. “We have shared geographies and connections, but most importantly, our core values are aligned. We’re thrilled to have Mike as an ambassador of the First Onsite brand.”

“I’m really excited to partner with First Onsite. The company has an outstanding reputation for helping people and businesses get back up and running after disasters and never leaves until the job is done. Their commitment to service is something that I share, and I look forward to an exciting and long-term partnership with them,” stated Mike Weir.

The partnership officially tees off today at the 2022 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai Field in Ka’upulehu-Kona, Hawaii, where Mike is competing.

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