SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE
Locally owned Mercedes-Benz of Reno will be hosting its second annual charity golf tournament Sept. 17 to benefit The Children’s Cabinet.
For over two decades, The Children’s Cabinet has been addressing the needs of 15,000 children and families in our community each year. This non-profit organization provides services including child care referrals and assistance, foster youth support and family violence prevention.
Mercedes-Benz of Reno, area business since 2004, will partner with the local charity for the second year in a row. The successful inaugural tournament last year raised $18,000 for the charity and the company is looking forward hosting the tournament again. The Children’s Cabinet will receive $150 for every registrant.
“We were thrilled with the success of last year’s tournament and the sizable contribution we were able to make to The Children’s Cabinet,” said Ronda Hartley, Business Development and Customer Care Manager. “We are hoping to make an even bigger impact this year.”
The 2012 Mercedes-Benz Dealer Championships will take place at Montrêux Golf and Country Club. Immediately following the tournament, there will be dinner, an awards ceremony and a silent auction.
The public is encouraged to register and the winners will advance to the Mercedes-Benz Western Sectional in Oahu, Hawaii. For registration information or further details, please contact Ronda Hartley at [email protected]
ABOUT MERCEDES-BENZ OF RENO
Mercedes-Benz of Reno is locally owned and operated, selling and servicing fine new and pre-owned vehicles in Reno, Carson City, Incline Village, Minden, North Lake Tahoe, South Lake Tahoe, Gardnerville, Truckee, and all of Northern Nevada.
ABOUT THE CHILDREN’S CABINET
The Children’s Cabinet exists to keep children safe and families together by offering services and resources that address unmet needs, through a unique and effective cooperative effort between the private sector and public agencies in Northern Nevada.
The Children’s Cabinet, Inc. was established in December 1985, as a private non-profit organization with the mission of creating a lasting public-private partnership to address the needs of children and families in our community. This unique commitment to public-private partnerships provides a foundation for the Cabinet’s organizational strength by being able to respond quickly to the changing needs of the community and to bring about true collaboration in the delivery of service. Today, the Cabinet serves more than 15,000 children and families each year.