Masters’ Association of Metal Finishers Raises $10,000 in Golf Tournament
The Masters’ Association of Metal Finishers’ (MAMF) annual golf tournament on Oct. 1 raised more than $10,000 for the NASF chapter’s environmental defense fund.
The event attracted more than 60 players and was held at Oak Hill Golf Club in Milford, New Jersey. Executive director DonnaJean Plante says all proceeds of the event go to support their state and local environmental efforts.
“The MAMF has forged a healthy relationship with the NJ and NYC DEP as well as other government agencies,” she says. “By supporting this event, these relationships can continue to be cultivated to bring positive contributions to the industry.”
Platinum sponsors included Control Electropolishing, Precious Metal Sales, Alcaro and Alcaro, Tilton Rack and Basket, and North Penn Polishing and Plating. Gold sponsors of the event include Colt Refining, Coventya, Epic Industries, Elkem, Epner Technology, EPI, York Risk Management and New Brunswick Plating. Silver sponsors were PhibroChem, Special Materials, Pennsylvania Steel, Chem Analytic, Rueter Insurance, Surface Technology, Miller and Sons, Palm and Imperial Electroplating. Bronze sponsors were Lakeside Polymer, Vanguard Research, Brook Warehouse, Cambridge-Lee and Luster-On Products. The cocktail hour was sponsored by Metal-Chem.
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