Golfers and others from communities across the DC Metro region came together last week in Leonardtown, M.D. for a great day of golf and to raise money for Children’s National Medical Center and the Jenna Stone Memorial St. Mary’s Ryken Fund, the company annnounced. The Tournament kicked off with a mid-morning shotgun start at the Breton Bay Golf & Country Club. Corporate and individual sponsorships ranging from $150 to $5,000 helped bring the total raised to $50,000. The 165 golfers and other attendees also showed incredible generosity through their contributions to the auction and raffle featured during the event.
“The sales associates and staff have been working diligently with the community and our sponsors to make it a fantastic day for all involved. It is very humbling to see everyone – agents, staff, and friends – work to ensure that the event came together so successfully,” stated Mary Lynn Stone, President and co-Owner of CENTURY 21 New Millennium.
“It is a pleasure to donate our time and resources to raise funds for these important charities. Fundraising events such as our Charity Golf Tournament provide our sales associates the opportunity to give back to the local community while raising awareness of these institutions,” added Todd Hetherington, CEO and co-Owner of CENTURY 21 New Millennium. “We are grateful to be large enough to have strong market presence and national recognition, but we will always remain small enough to be very focused on accountability and customer service. Those are the things that set us apart.”
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