Coaches vs. Cancer Extremely Successful

ARM’s sponsorship and participation in the 20th annual Coaches vs Cancer (CVC) Golf Tournament, hosted by the CVC-Penn State organization (a collaborative program between the Penn State Men’s  Basketball team and the American Cancer Society (ACS)), on June 2nd and 3rd, resulted in an extremely successful event.

ARM would like to thank everyone who participated in the Coaches vs. Cancer Golf Tournament held at Penn State University’s Golf Courses! This year marked the 20th anniversary for this highly successful event, as the CVC organization eclipsed $2.5 million in total funds raised. For the past several years, numerous ARM employees have contributed to this annual tournament in support of thelocal fight against cancer.

ARM joined the fight again this year, along with Penn State Coaches and Players, Big Ten Network and Local Media Personalities, Nittany Lion Greats and other notable sports figures. Our guests included clients from Apex Energy (David Freudenrich), Waste Management (Mike Rind and Rick Smitsky), Coca Cola (Jim Gazza), Noble Energy (Andrew Strassner) and Keystone Clearwater Solutions (Jeff Wehler). ARM’s contribution, along with the golf tournament proceeds, will provide direct aid to individuals and families fighting cancer across the Centre County region. It is projected that over $130, 000 was raised at this year’s Tournament.

Jeff Wehler (Keystone Clearwater Solutions),  Rick Smitsky (Waste Management),  Kellie Kemp,  Bryan Wehler (ARM),  Phil Essen (Deputy Director and COO of Penn State Athletics)

Jeff Wehler (Keystone Clearwater Solutions), Rick Smitsky (Waste Management), Kellie Kemp, Bryan Wehler (ARM), Phil Essen (Deputy Director and COO of Penn State Athletics)