GYPSUM, CO — SteamMaster Restoration and Cleaning hosted its 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, September 24 at Gypsum Creek Golf Course, according to a press release.
This year SteamMaster Golf included local non-profits as beneficiaries: Vail Valley Charitable Fund, Minturn Community Fund - Family Emergency Fund, Vail Symposium and the Matthews Family Education Fund, the release noted.
"SteamMaster has raised over $239,000 over the last six Golf Tournament and participated in numerous other fund-raising activities over the years," said Gary Gilman, president and owner of SteamMaster.
"We will continue with these efforts in the best of our abilities to give back to the community," Gilman added.
The tournament was founded in 2005 in memory of Kim Matthews, the marketing director at SteamMaster, who passed away from liver cancer, and also benefits the children of the Matthews Family by helping with their educational funds, the release stated.
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