TECH NEEDS PRESS RELEASE
August 18th, 2014 marked the 8th Annual OI Golf Classic hosted by Tech Needs at the Atkinson Country Club, in Atkinson, NH. All 144 golfers were in great spirits as they teed off at 7:30am. Each year Tech Needs and The Gudek Family host a four-some golf tournament to raise funds for the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation (OIF). OI is a brittle bone disease that is estimated to affect between 25,000 and 50,000 individuals in the US alone. Kenneth Gudek, who is an OI patient himself, sits on the Board of Directors at the OI Foundation, is Treasurer for the OI Foundation and co-owns Tech Needs (along with his brother, Stephen Gudek Jr.), says this of the event:
“Every year we host this event we are more and more impressed by the generosity of friends, family, and the many business owners who give their time and money to support the OI Foundation. This year we raised more than we ever have. The $63,500 we raised will go directly to support families affected by OI, and to help fund research for a cure.”
Each year the event features an 18-hole tournament, a lunch buffet, followed by a silent auction and a raffle, where local businesses generously donate items and gift certificates. Next year’s tournament is scheduled for Monday, August 17th, 2015. Contact Jessica Simone for more information (JSimone@techneeds.com)
About Technical Needs:
Tech Needs, established in 1976, is a privately held, family-owned staffing firm based in Salem, NH with two satellite offices in Hudson, MA, and Lebanon, NH. Tech Needs has been named the 7th Fastest Growing Privately Owned Company in New Hampshire (September 2011) and one of the Top 5 Fastest Growing Companies in New Hampshire by Business New Hampshire magazine—twice. Learn more at www.techneeds.com.
About the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation
The OI Foundation is the only voluntary national health organization dedicated to helping people cope with the problems associated with Osteogenesis Imperfecta. The Foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of life for people affected by OI through research to find treatments and a cure, education, awareness, and mutual support. Learn more at www.oif.org.
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