October 12, 2016
The remanufacturer sponsored The Cannata Report’s Frank Awards and charity dinner.
The dinner and annual awards were held in Livingston, New Jersey at the Westminster Hotel on 6 October, and this latest event was the 31st anniversary of The Cannata Report’s event. The Frank Awards “honour excellence and leadership” in the imaging industry, and this year they raised $180,000 (€163,242) for the Jackie Ritschel Memorial Endowment for Cancer Research and Treatment at Hackensack University Medical Centre, as well as Adopt a Soldier Platoon.
Luke Goldberg, Executive Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing for CIG, said: “We are honoured to have sponsored The Cannata Report’s annual dinner, raising money for such important causes. Congratulations also go out to our industry partners who received 2016 Frank Awards. Anytime we can come together as an industry to give back and recognise our industry leaders is a great time.”
The company added that “CIG believes that involvement in its communities creates a positive and lasting impact, unites team members as a company, and provides an important element of sustainability”. The charities its team members support include: Habitat for Humanity; Big Brothers Big Sisters; Wounded WARRIORS; American Heart Association; Gigi’s Playhouse; and the Special Olympics.
CJ Cannata, Executive Vice President and Publisher of The Cannata Report, commented: “Clover Imaging Group is a great partner and friend of The Cannata Report. Their sponsorship for the second year in a row has helped The Cannata Report evolve, expand, and elevate our event allowing us to continue to donate 100 percent of all proceeds directly to our charitable partners. We would not be able to do this without premier, strategic partners like Clover.”
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