2013 CFS Pink Ribbon Classic Golf Tournament Attracts Local Celebrities

The 2013 CFS Pink Ribbon Classic golf tournament held September 24th attracts local celebrities. Golf pro Stewart Cink, former Atlanta Braves catcher Javy Lopez, former Atlanta Falcons receiver Brian Finneran and 11Alive news anchor Ted Hall were all in attendance.

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(L-R) Brian Finneran, Javy Lopez, Stewart Cink, Ted Hall

We’re so happy to proclaim this year’s event a major success.

Suwanee, GA (PRWEB) September 28, 2013

The 2013 CFS Pink Ribbon Classic golf tournament was held September 24th at the lush River Club in Suwanee, GA. It is the largest golf event benefiting the American Cancer Society (ACS). This year golf pro Stewart Cink, former Atlanta Braves catcher Javy Lopez, former Atlanta Falcons receiver Brian Finneran and 11Alive news anchor Ted Hall were all in attendance.

The American Cancer Society has funded 44 Nobel Prize winning cancer researchers and has played a role in every major breakthrough in the fight against cancer. All proceeds generated through the event directly support the ACS’s programs including: Hope Lodge in Decatur, Georgia; Patient Resource Navigator at Gwinnett Medical Center; Road to Recovery and Look Good… Feel Better, a community-based free national program for women.

For another year CFS Corporation is the Presenting Sponsor of the Pink Ribbon Golf Classic. CFS Corporation is a national wholesale distributor of hard surface flooring with offices in Suwanee, GA, Oakland, CA, and Shanghai, China. CFS’s premier high-quality products include laminate, engineered, solid hardwood, bamboo and cork flooring. CFS distributes throughout the U.S. and in select Canada markets through over 2,000 agents and retailers. “We’re so happy to proclaim this year’s event a major success,” exclaimed Bin Liu, Vice President, CFS Corporation. To connect with CFS visit http://cfscorporate.com.
(2013, Atlanta, Georgia, USA by Bill Bryan)


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