The money raised by over 280 golfers will be split evenly between the 200 Club of the Coastal Empire and Make-A-Wish Georgia.
Savannah, GA.-based Enmarket returned with its fourth annual Enmarket Charity Classic, the chain’s charity golf tournament. This year, the company raised $250,000, which is to be split evenly between the 200 Club of the Coastal Empire and Make-A-Wish Georgia.
As a part of the company’s sponsorship of the Club Car Championship at the Landings Club, the event amassed more than 280 golfers to participate in the charity tournament this year.
“This event benefits two remarkable nonprofit organizations, and Enmarket couldn’t be prouder of our role in helping both the 200 Club and Make-A-Wish Georgia,” said Matt Clements, Enmarket’s president. “We recognize how vital it is to be a good corporate citizen, but beyond that, events like the Enmarket Charity Classic also illustrate the joys of living in the Coastal Empire.”
“We bring hope to our local wish kids and their families, and we couldn’t do it without the generous support of companies like Enmarket and the Enmarket Charity Classic sponsors. Our vision of granting the wish of every child in our area is only possible through the dedicated commitment of long-term supporters like Enmarket,” said Meghan Lowe, southeast development director for Make-A-Wish Georgia.
The 200 Club serves the families of fallen first responders in our area, while Make-A-Wish Georgia grants wishes of critically ill children.
Thanks to our vendor partners, the event set new records for player numbers and dollars raised, Clements said.
Participants in the Enmarket Charity Classic played the Marshwood and Magnolia courses at The Landings Golf and Athletic Club.
Enmarket employs more than 1,300 people and operates 130 convenience stores, 14 quick-serve restaurants and two fast-casual restaurants in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. The company was founded as Interstate Stations by Robert Demere in 1964