Compass Marketing Sponsors Towson University Alumni Lacrosse Team in 2008 Alumni Lacrosse Tournament to Benefit Two Charities

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Compass Marketing Sponsors the Towson University Alumni Lacrosse Team in the 2008 Alumni Lacrosse Tournament to benefit the Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center and the Dick Edell Gift Trust.

John White, Chairman & CEO, Compass Marketing, Inc.

Compass Marketing Chairman & CEO John White today announced his company will be sponsoring the Towson University Alumni Lacrosse team, his Alma Mater, in the 2008 Alumni Lacrosse tournament to be held at Genesee Valley. This year's tournament will be benefiting the Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center whose mission is to provide quality learning experiences that promote growth and nourish the development of individuals of all ages and backgrounds. A portion of the proceeds will also be going to the Dick Edell Gift Trust which was set up to help the Hall of Fame lacrosse coach with some of the costs associated with the trials of his illness, Myositis. The goal of this tournament is to provide both players and fans an opportunity to get back together, strap on the pads, play some lacrosse, catch up with old friends and more importantly raise money for certain organizations that do great things for the community and the greater good. In addition to the men's and women's teams from Towson University, alumni teams from the University of Maryland, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and the University of Virginia will participate. More information on the tournament and the charities involved can be found at

Compass Marketing has a long history of giving back to the community for a variety of causes through Compass Cares. Whether it is working with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the United Way, International Foundation for Research and Education of Depression, Pathfinders for Autism and many others, Compass Cares brings together clients, customers, employees, family and friends to help make a difference.

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