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Faith Technologies Raises More Than $7,000 During Jerry Ahrenholz Memorial Golf Outing

Madison and Verona Offices Host Customer Golf Outing

Golf OutingMadison, Wis. (June 17, 2014) – The Madison and Verona branches of Faith Technologies recently raised more than $7,000 for Second Harvest Foodbank during the Jerry Ahrenholz Memorial Golf outing. The eleventh annual customer golf outing on May 20, 2014 drew 121 golfers to The Oaks Golf Course in Cottage Grove, Wis.

Money raised will allow the foodbank to provide more than 21,000 meals. Golfers also collected and donated 751 pounds of nonperishable food items for the Stoughton Food Pantry.

“I am thankful for the tremendous generosity shown by our customers, vendors and employees who open their hearts and wallets to support this worthy cause,” said Heath Luedtke, vice president – Madison, Faith Technologies. “I want to thank everyone involved in making our eleventh annual golf outing a success. Together we can make a real difference in our community.”

Since 2004 the annual outing has raised more than $60,000 for Second Harvest Foodbank, for a total of 328,105 meals. This year marks the sixth year that Faith Technologies has donated to the Stoughton Food Pantry. The company has donated more than 3,400 pounds of nonperishable food items total.

The Madison branch of Faith Technologies opened in 1982. The Verona branch opened in 2013 as a result of the acquisition of CSS Power, a nationwide provider of critical power and infrastructure solutions. Together the branches specialize in the high-rise construction, data center, educational, and healthcare markets.