QSC Raises Cash for Charity, Names Bienvenu Chairperson

A golf tournament sponsored by Quality Service Contractors raised more than $20,000 for Challenge Air for Kids and Friends, an aviation program that benefits physically challenged children and youth.
The monies raised by QSC for Challenge Air over the last two and one-half years now totals more than $54,000.
The golf tournament — held in St. Pete Beach, FL, before the start of the QSC's Power Meeting XXIV — was sponsored by QSC Industry Partner, Hodes Co., which paid for all the golfing fees, lunch, and refreshments.
QSC members paid a $175 registration fee to play. The money raised will be used toward operating costs associated with Challenge Air "Fly Days" events, which are held in various locations across the U.S.
Besides the tournament registration fees, additional donations were made by many QSC members.
For more information on Challenge Air, go to www.challengeair.com.
QSC is an enhanced service group of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors-National Association (PHCC).

During the Power Meeting, Keith Bienvenu of Bienvenu Brothers, Inc., Metairie, LA, was elected QSC chairperson,
and was re-elected to a three-year term on the QSC Board of Trustees.
2005 QSC Chair Patty Frank of Milton Frank Plumbing Co., Inc., Spring, TX, was elected 2006 vice
chair, and also re-elected to another three-year term on the board.
Other trustees are:
-Tom Maniuszko, Day-Night Plumbing Heating Co., Richmond Hill, NY;
-Doug Santoro, General Plumbing, Inc., West Palm Beach, FL;
-Dave Singleton, David R. Singleton, Inc., Manchester, MA;
-Bryan Stansell, Stamar, Inc., Atlanta, GA; and
-Bob Sinton (Industry Partner Representative), The Training Center for Sales and Business Development, Lafayette Hill, PA.
For more information on QSC, call 800/533-7694; or visit www.qsc-phcc.org

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