Ninth Annual Spiral Golf Classic Benefiting The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
Spiral Binding held their Ninth Annual Spiral Golf Classic Benefiting The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation on May 24 at the Black Bear Golf & Country Club in Franklin, NJ. Boasting the largest number to date, over 125 clients and vendors attended this worthy event contributing to the largest donation in the history of the Classic: $5,000.
Golfers were treated to a box lunch before the shotgun start at 12:45pm. Competitions were held in seven different categories: Straightest Drive, Longest Drive (Men and Women), Closest to the Pin, 1st Place Team, 2nd Place Team, 3rd Place Team and Most Honest Team. Winners were given either gift certificates to the pro shop or select prizes.
After a day of golfing, the event continued with a cocktail hour followed by a buffet dinner. After dinner, prizes were awarded to the competition winners, raffle tickets were revealed for an assortment of prizes, and the winner of the 50/50 contest was also announced. Over $1250 was collected during 50/50 sales.
“We had a great turn out this year, and the weather was picture perfect for the first time in a few years,” said Robert Roth, president of Spiral Binding. “The golf committee and staff at Black Bear did a great job, and we appreciated everyone’s help. We couldn’t have made our donation to Susan G. Komen without the support of our dedicated vendors who purchased golf packages and took advantage of sponsorship opportunities.”
On Tuesday, June 20th, Deb Belfatto, executive director of the North Jersey Affiliate of The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation visited Spiral Binding. Stephan Roth, executive vice president of Spiral Binding proudly handed her a check for $5,000. According to Roth, “It was a great privilege to present the Foundation with this check. We are proud of the work they do and are proud to help them in their quest to cure breast cancer.”
Photo (L to R): Deb Belfatto, executive director of The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and Stephan Roth, executive vice president of Spiral Binding Company, Inc.