International Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc. (IEM), maker of Woody’s traction products, raised more than $9,200 at its Second Annual Golf Outing that benefited Pink Ribbon Riders.
As more than 120 participants arrived at Beech Hollow Golf Course in Freeland, Mich., they enjoyed coffee, donuts and a massage to get them ready for 18 holes of golf.
During the dinner presentation, Pink Ribbon Riders presented a local breast cancer patient, Sherry Stewart, with a gift of $500.
“I was impressed with the support the industry gave Pink Ribbon Riders at the second annual fund raiser,” Marshall Distributing COO Joe Mooney said. “The event really grew from the first year. The team at Woody’s outdid themselves with hospitality and professionalism. It was a very enjoyable day, raising money for a wonderful cause. Everyone should make the time to attend next year’s event as they will get to see first-hand the incredible work that Pink Ribbon Riders is doing in their local communities for people who are hardest hit by a devastating disease.”
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