For Immediate Release
Contact: Andrea Short, Director of Marketing & Communications
Prince William Chamber of Commerce
Clouds Part as Chamber Hits the Golf Course
Manassas, VA- The members of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce hit the links at The Piedmont Club in Haymarket earlier this week for their annual Frostbite Scramble Golf Tournament. Rain was pouring right up until 30 minutes before the shotgun start when the weather finally broke and the sun came out; a stroke of luck for an event that has been played in bitter cold and freezing rain in years past. The event is sponsored annually by TML-A Xerox Company.
Proceeds from the Frostbite Scramble go toward the Chamber’s Agnes L. Colgan Community Service Awards. Each year the awards are presented to two local not-for-profit organizations and accompanied by a check for $1,000. The 2017 award recipients were Project Mend-A-House and the Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas/Prince William County. The Agnes Colgan Awards are named for Senator Charles Colgan’s (deceased) wife, Agnes, who was known for her generosity, volunteerism and philanthropy.
The winning team was (left to right) Mike Hoover and Bobby Lytle, The Bone BBQ Restaurant; Cal Brown, Savant Capital Management; and Jim DiModica, APT Impact (second from right). Also pictured are Chamber Chairwoman C.C. Bartholomew and Ben Simms, TML-A Xerox Company (far right).
About the Prince William Chamber of Commerce:
The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is the strongest voice for the business community in the Washington, DC Metropolitan region. Together with our diverse membership, representing nearly 70,000 employees we work to create an environment where business and people thrive. To accomplish this, we focus our efforts in the key areas of business growth, economic development, advocacy, education and community outreach. In this way, we are building a solid foundation for the success of our business members and our community. For more information, visit our website at www.pwchamber.org or call the Prince William Chamber at 703-368-6600.