Juneteenth is the commemoration of the end of slavery in America.
Today, we join in this celebration and recognize that this is a time to reflect and acknowledge a period in our history that has shaped, and continues to impact, our society.
It is a time to educate, assess, plan, and work for a better tomorrow.
It is a celebration of freedom, a principle that is so quintessentially American.
Moreover, it is a time to let all colors disappear and hearts remain.
Troon is committed to building, fostering, and encouraging a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion that embraces the uniqueness of our communities across race, identity, cultures, ideas, and experiences. We are dedicated to providing places of work, and play, in which all persons feel welcomed and valued.
Visit Troon’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Page for more information.