The 10th annual Scramble for a Cure golf tournament, with proceeds
benefiting the American Cancer Society, was held in late September at the
Gleneagles Country Club in Delray Beach, FL.
"I am extremely pleased and proud to announce that collectively we raised
$8,400 in the fight for a cure of this deadly disease," Ken Nabal, vice
president of sales and logistics for Boca Raton, FL-based Frontera Produce, an
organizer of the event, said in a Nov. 29 press release. He dubbed this year's
tournament "another huge success," adding, "We've been doing this for now
10 years, and it's heart warming to see how this support continues to grow."
The produce industry was well represented with participants and sponsors
from Frontera Produce, Continental Fresh, Southern Specialties, DMA
Solutions, Carb Americas, Baugh Supply Chain Cooperative, Fresh Quest, J&C
Tropicals, Wayne T. Fellows Truck Broker, Frontera Fresh Logistics, RC Trucker
Brokers, Seald-Sweet International, IFCO Systems N.A., GM Produce Sales,
Seminole Produce Distributors, Alpine Fresh, Wiggins Farms, CHR Logistics,
J.B. Hunt Transport Services and Flavor 1st Growers & Packers.