CARSTAR Colorado Business Group Raises $25K for Cystic Fibrosis

CARSTAR Colorado Business Group Raises $25K for Cystic Fibrosis

The funds were raised at the Fourth Annual Colorado CARSTAR Golf Tournament at CommonGround Golf Course in Aurora, Colo.

CARSTAR announced that the Colorado CARSTAR Business Group recently raised $24,455.21 for cystic fibrosis through its Fourth Annual Colorado CARSTAR Golf Tournament at CommonGround Golf Course in Aurora, Colo.

The Colorado CARSTAR Business Group raised nearly $25,000 for cystic fibrosis.

A full field of 128 golfers participated on the challenging course, and cash prizes were awarded for the 1st-, 8th- and 15th-place teams.

Major sponsors and donors included Axalta, Enterprise, Sherwin-Williams, 3M, Kent Automotive and Mobile Automotive Services.

“The Colorado Business Group, with support from some of our valued vendor partners, was very proud to be able to present a check to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for nearly $25,000,” said Steve Rigsby, business development manager of the CARSTAR Colorado Business Group. “Together, we had a wonderful day on the course to benefit a great cause. This was a winning round for everyone involved.”

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