Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – For the fourth consecutive year, REVA, Inc. put aside their aviator specs and picked up a golf bag to benefit leukemia research at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The event was the tenth annual Ocean State Pride Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Eric H. Parker family and S.C. Torrice Co., of Exeter, R.I., and held July 16 at the Exeter Country Club.
The one-day fund raiser topped $15,000 this year, bringing the Parker Family contribution to more than $76,000 for lymphoma research at Massachusetts General since the family fund-raising effort began a decade ago. “The event today brings together family, friends, and coworkers to support the cancer research center which will touch the lives of families, years into the future,” said Dawn Cerbone, REVA’s Senior Vice President of Marketing.
Golf is not easy; like research, it is a challenge and an experiment, one ball after the other. Dawn Cerbone, REVA’s Senior Vice President of Marketing.
“Golf is not easy; like research, it is a challenge and an experiment, one ball after the other. I was pleased to join the challenge of the tournament and provide souvenir gift bags for the event’s 130 participants on behalf of REVA,” Ms. Cerbone said.