NEWS ALERT: Fun and Fundraising for a ‘Concrete’ Cause

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August 10, 2021

The Cortec® MCI® team had fun July 20th playing golf and raising money for a good cause at the ICRI (International Concrete Repair Institute) Minnesota Chapter Annual Golf Tournament at Bunker Hills Golf Course. The yearly event is a fundraiser for the ICRI scholarship that goes to a student taking courses related to concrete repair, whether it be in engineering or a related trade.

Jessi Meyer (VP of Sales) and Lisa Marston (Technical Service Engineer) made up a foursome with a readymix supplier client from AVR, while Jon Connealy (Regional Sales Manager – MCI® Central) worked at the hole sponsored by Cortec®. Jon hosted golf Skeeball and gave away small prizes for playing as well as rewarding the highest and lowest scores of the day. Cortec® also sponsored one of the evening’s prize drawings—a “Play Nine” golf card game and a pro shop gift certificate won by MN ICRI member Terry Babcock.In a day with increasing concern about repair maintenance of buildings, ICRI is truly the main go-to for information on the proper repair of concrete and masonry structures. Cortec® has been a proud supporter of this organization for over 20 years and was happy to promote education and concrete repair once again through the local ICRI chapter golf sponsorship!

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