Safety Industry Raises Over $200K at Charity Golf Tournament
Erogodyne hosted its 65 Roses Golf Classic to bring leading manufacturers and industrial activists together to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Ergodyne (St. Paul, MN) hosted its 17th annual 65 Roses Golf Classic, “A Tenacious Tournament™,” on Monday, July 14, at the Legends Golf Club in Prior Lake, MN. Bringing together leading manufacturers, distributors, reps and end users from all over the country, this highly anticipated, premier safety industry event raised over $228,475 for a grand total of $2.9 million in the past 17 years for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF).
Primary sponsors of the 2014 tournament included Superior 3rd Party Logistics, the Votel Family Foundation, ISK Industries, JDF Associates, and Sqwincher. “The generosity of the safety community at this event is truly inspiring,” said Tom Votel, the president and chief executive officer of Ergodyne. “Not only is 65 Roses a fabulous day of golf and networking, it’s a day of raising money for research that is getting us closer than ever before to finding a cure for all CF patients — we think that’s pretty remarkable.”