Recipients of this year''s event were Vail Valley Charitable Fund, Minturn Community Fund - Family Emergency Fund, Vail Symposium and the Matthews Family Education Fund, the release stated.
According to the release, the golf tournament was founded and organized by SteamMaster Restoration and Cleaning in memory of Kim Matthews, their marketing director, who passed away of cancer in May 2005.
"SteamMaster has raised over $277,384.00 over the last seven tournaments. Each year we rotate two out of the four beneficiaries to include new non-profits and charitable organizations," said Tournament Administrator, Raj Manickam.
"We sincerely appreciate and thank all our sponsors, silent auction donors, golfers, volunteers and well-wishers for a successful 7th year. We will continue with our efforts to give back to the community in years to come," said Gary Gilman, president and owner of SteamMaster.
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