Annual PuroClean Golf Tournament Raises $12,900 For Charities
PuroClean, a restoration and remediation franchise, joined the Tamarac North Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce for the third year as Title Sponsor of its annual PuroClean Classic Golf Tournament on Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. This annual event surpassed its goal of $12,000 as the Chamber wraps up another successful tournament, giving back to the local organization in the spirit of giving during the holiday season. The Chamber’s sixth annual classic was held at Woodmont Country Club in Tamarac, Florida.
“We are honored to partner with the Tamarac North Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce for another great tournament with a successful turnout,” says President and COO of PuroClean, Steve White. “Supporting our Chamber of Commerce now is more important than ever, as they provide essential resources to hundreds of local businesses in the heart of our community, whose presence keeps our neighbors employed and their families well fed. The dedication and support of our local businesses will ripple through our community for years to come.”
The 2021 PuroClean Classic saw a total of 128 players, 17 sponsors, four vendors, 20 raffle donations, and 12 silent auction items. PuroClean took the mantle as Title sponsor, led by Vice Chairman Frank Torre; Demesmin & Dover Attorneys, CountyLine Chiropractic Medical & Rehab Centers, Richline Group, Star of David, Bonefish Grill Plantation, Florida Power and Light, Park Summit Senior Living, and the Woodmont Country Club. Members of the Tamarac Fire Station 36 team, Eric Viveros, Robert Hendren, Ed Mackie, and Eddie Rogaki, were named the champions of the event, taking home the winning trophy at the end of the night. Together, participants in the tournament raised funds towards supporting the Chamber’s new 501c3 Foundation educational programming and initiatives in the upcoming year.
“We are very grateful to our title sponsor PuroClean for once again supporting this amazing event that has become the most popular golf tournament in Broward,” says Peter Mason, Executive Director of the Tamarac North Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce. “We exceeded our goals this year and couldn’t be more thankful to our volunteers, sponsors, and everyone who contributed to make our evening a great success.”