RTM Golf Challenge

More than 75 golfers teed up Oct. 11‚ at the Atlanta Country Club in support of the RTM Institute for Leadership‚ Ethics and Character.

Georgia (Oct 13, 2004) — More than 75 golfers teed up Oct. 11‚ at the Atlanta Country Club in support of the RTM Institute for Leadership‚ Ethics and Character.

The daylong event featured an 18−hole golf scramble won by foursome Stevie Stephen‚ Stewart Van Duzer‚ Benton Ballenger and Brad Wakstein and brought in $215‚000 to support the mission of the institute.

This year’s event raised $15‚000 more than last year’s inaugural event through entry fees‚ a charity auction and funds contributed by corporate sponsors.




 

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