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Flexprint’s Annual Golf Tournament Raises $22,212

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

FlexPrint Inc., (www.flexprintinc.com), the leading national provider of document management and managed print solutions, has just donated yet another incredible charitable gift over $20,000 to a local charity. FlexPrint’s annual golf tournament raised $22,212 for Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) of Arizona.

This year’s golf tournament was held at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale with one hundred and twenty players and twenty-five additional supporters in attendance. FlexPrint started this annual golf tournament six years ago to say thank you to current customers and introduce their message to prospective customers.

FlexPrint has continued to learn more about JFCS not only a customer, but a thriving charity in the community making a significant impact. This is why JFCS was selected to receive this year’s funding from the tournament. Frank Gaspari, FlexPrint CEO said, “FlexPrint believes in giving back to the community and making a difference in a city where our families all work and play. We recognize the phenomenal impact that Jewish Family & Children’s Service is making in the community and we are happy to support them.”

This is not the first time FlexPrint has generously donated to a local charity. This annual golf tournament alone has earned more than $20,000 each year for the deserving charity of choice. Past recipients include Empact Suicide Prevention of La Frontera in 2009 and TERROS in 2010.

Michael Zent, President & CEO of JFCS, accepted the check on behalf of JFCS as twelve JFCS employees looked on with smiling faces. Gaspari said, “We appreciate our customers and are grateful to give whenever we can. We embrace our partnership as it goes both ways and look forward to what the future holds. Again, this event truly was a good time had by all.”

 

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