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FlexPrint’s Annual Charity Golf Invitational Raises More Than $32,000 for Metropolitan Family Services

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix, Arizona – FlexPrint, Inc., the nation’s largest privately held Managed Print Solutions provider, held their 9th Annual Invitational Golf Tournament on November 5th at the Westin Kierland Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.  This event raised more the $32,000 for Chicago based Metropolitan Family Services.

“The entire FlexPrint family and myself are grateful and touched by the generosity of our vendors, corporate customers, and sponsors that continue to support one of FlexPrint’s mission to make a difference in the communities we serve and the lives of those in need,” states Frank Gaspari, CEO of FlexPrint, Inc.

This year’s event included over 170 FlexPrint Customers, Partners, and Co-Workers from across the nation that teed up for this great cause! During the past 9 years, FlexPrint and its’ partners have raised more than $230,000 for local nonprofit organizations. Past recipients include Jewish Family & Children’s Services (JFCS), Empact Suicide Prevention, TERROS, People of Color Network, and now Chicago based Metropolitan Family Services.

“I want to personally thank Frank and everyone at FlexPrint who made this a wonderful event.  We appreciate the on-going support and contributions from FlexPrint which certainly helps us support and strengthen thousands of families throughout metropolitan Chicago,” states Ric Estrada, President and CEO of Metropolitan Family Services.


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