SymQuest golf tournament Raises $3,900 for The Stern Center, matches funds for United Way of Rutland County

first_imgLarry Sudbay, President and Chief Executive Officer of SymQuest Group, the region’s leading provider of network and document technology solutions and services, announced that SymQuest’s sixteenth annual golf tournament raised $3,900 for The Stern Center. The tournament was held at the Rutland Country Club on Tuesday, September 27, 2011.Originally slated to be held in Woodstock, the venue had to change due to course damage sustained in hurricane Irene. Rutland Country Club was able to host the event and SymQuest determined that they could use their event to honor The Stern Center and help the area of Rutland County at the same time.The Stern Center for Language and Learning is dedicated to learning for all as they recognize all great minds don’t think alike. The Center is committed to helping individuals identify their learning strengths and needs as well as to finding solutions that allow everyone to learn. More than 1,000 children and adults are evaluated and taught at the Center each year including those with learning disabilities, dyslexia, language disorders, autism, attention deficit disorders, and learning style differences. The Center also designs and delivers programs for more than 1,500 educators each year.‘Our belief is that all great minds don’t think alike and SymQuest is proving that all companies don’t think alike as well. We are honored to be the focus of this year’s golf tournament and grateful that SymQuest recognizes the importance of our work to help all learners achieve success,’ said Bob Crews, Chairman of the Board of The Stern Center.‘We enjoy bringing our clients together for a fun day of golf to show our appreciation for all that they do for SymQuest. Asking them to play well and using their birdies and eagles as a means of tallying a sizable donation for The Stern Center makes for a memorable day for everyone,’ said Sudbay. We are also very concerned for the area because of the storm so matching the gift with a donation to the United Way just seemed like the best way to get some much needed help to the area.For more information about The Stern Center visit is external).For more information about the United Way of Rutland County visit is external).For more information about SymQuest® and The SymQuest Way, please visit is external) or call (800) 374-9900.Left to Right: Joe Noonan, Vice President of Marketing and Sales, SymQuest Group;Ed Wilkens, Development Director, The Stern Center; Bob Crews, Chairman of the Board, The Stern Center; Sandy Rendall, Marketing and Communications Manager, The Stern Center; Tess Adone, Executive Assistant to the President, The Stern Center; Larry Sudbay, President & CEO, SymQuest Group###last_img

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