3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament

21st Century HealthCare event supports St. Joseph the Worker

21st Century HealthCare hosted its third annual Holiday Classic golf tournament Dec. 2 – 3 at Mountain Shadows Resort. The lifestyle event featured an exclusive group of VIPs partnered with celebrities, professional athletes, actors and entertainers in a two-day golf experience benefiting St. Joseph the Worker. The privately funded nonprofit has as its mission to assist homeless, lower-income and other disadvantaged individuals in their efforts to become self-sufficient through quality employment.

“We are so grateful for the continued support of 21st Century Vitamins and all the sponsors, especially in these troubled economic times. With this funding we will be able to help individuals return to the workforce and become self-sufficient, productive members of society,” says Brent Downs, CEO of St. Joseph the Worker.

In addition to premier sponsor 21st Century Vitamins, other sponsors included McDonalds, Jack Grace, Phat Scooters, Avnet, Molex, Gee, DFG Advisors, Patty, Trident Capital, ST Micro I and II, Aspen Tech, Atari, Penske, High Point and Annexus.

Former NFL quarterback Steve Beuerlein, who made a 150-foot putt at the Forrest Wager Par 2 betting hole, received Phat Scooter for his accomplishment.

Tempe-based 21st Century HealthCare, Inc., is one of the largest international manufacturers of dietary supplements.

PHOTOS COURTESY 21ST CENTURY VITAMINS

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