The 10th annual SteamMaster golf tournament raised a total of $18, 915 to its beneficiaries Vail Valley Charitable Fund, Eagle Valley Senior Life, Matthews Education Fund and Vail Leadership Institute, according to a press release. The event was held on Thursday, September 11 at the Summit Course at The Club at Cordillera in Edwards, CO.
Additionally, the Eagle County Emergency Responders Fund received $2,100 for mulligan sales of the proceeds. The golf tournament was founded and organized by SteamMaster Restoration and Cleaning in memory of Kim Matthews, its former Marketing Director, who died of cancer in May 2005.
“SteamMasterGolf has raised over $360,000 over the last 10 years,” says Raj Manickam, SteamMaster CEO and tournament administrator. “We have consistently stayed engaged with the community over the past 36 years while supporting local non-profits and charities in ways we can and are able to. Each year or couple of years we rotate two out of the four beneficiaries to include new non-profits and charitable organizations.”
Adds Gary Gilman, SteamMaster President/Owner: “We sincerely appreciate and thank all our sponsors, silent auction donors, golfers, volunteers, our staff and well-wishers for a successful 10th year. This is one of our vehicles to channel giveback to the community, collaborating with vendors, customers and public at large using our resources.”
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