Business Club of the Triangle Donates Golf Tournament Proceeds to Statewide Nonprofit

Communities In Schools of NC chosen to receive raffle proceeds from annual golf tournament.

Raleigh, NC, September 27, 2008 --( Penn Shore, president of The Business Club of the Triangle (BCA), presented the proceeds from the annual BCA member-guest golf outing raffle to Communities In Schools of NC (CISNC), at the group’s September breakfast meeting. CISNC is one of the BCA’s nonprofit members.

This year’s golf outing was held at River Ridge Golf Club and included members of BCA Triangle and their guests. As part of the golf outing each year, a raffle is held to raise money for a nonprofit organization from the community.

“Communities In Schools of NC is the number one drop-out prevention program in our state,” said Shore, president of the Business Club of the Triangle. “Keeping students in school and helping them to succeed after graduation makes a positive economic impact on our state and directly effects the business leaders involved in our organization. It was a natural fit for us to choose the organization to be the beneficiary of this year’s member-guest golf outing raffle.”

About the Business Club of the Triangle
The Business Club of The Triangle is a national membership driven business development organization that serves the middle market business community. With each BCA member being exclusive in their business category, BCA puts its members together in a variety of environments where they can build relationships and generate revenue with other members and their customers. BCA provides training, tools, strategy and support to generate measurable results for its members. The Business Club of the Triangle is sponsored by the Carolina Condrey Group of the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network. For more information on the Business Club of the Triangle, contact Penn Shore at (919) 612-9458 or visit their website at

About Communities In Schools in North Carolina
Communities In Schools has earned its place as the nation’s leading community-based organization helping kids succeed in school and prepare for life. There are 39 local operational programs in North Carolina serving 400 schools and other sites. During the 2006-07 school year, CIS served over 100,000 youth and family members, and it maintains a presence in the five largest school districts in North Carolina. For more information on CISNC visit

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