Washington, DC – NAPAR’s annual golf tournament honoring the memory of produce industry leader Pete Class, the former CEO of the Class Produce Group is scheduled for Saturday, May 11, 2019. More than 100 golfers from the industry will tee-off at Royce Brook Golf Club in Hillsborough, NJ, in a shotgun start at 8:30 in the morning. The round will be followed by an awards luncheon and a raffle, featuring cash prizes of $2,000 and $1,000, consumer electronics, golf equipment and golf shop gift certificates.
The tournament usually enjoys the support of more than 75 industry sponsors. NAPAR’s Chairman, Matthew D’Arrigo of D’Arrigo Brothers Co. of New York, said the “the continued success of NAPAR’s Pete Class Memorial Golf Tournament is due to the hard work of our members and the generous support of our sponsors.” Recognition of the sponsors occurs at registration, on the course with tee box signs and on NAPAR’s website at www.napar.org
Sponsorship opportunities are still available on the website or by calling NAPAR’s President, John Motley, at 202 441 8935. Sponsorship commitments received by Tuesday, May 7th will be fully recognized on the course.
The annual event is planned and coordinated by the NAPAR Golf Tournament Committee consisting of Stephen Oroszlany of Wakefern Food Corp., Jay Rosenstein of William Rosenstein & Sons and Matthew D’Arrigo, NAPAR’s Chairman.
About NAPAR: NAPAR, the National Association of Perishable Agricultural Receivers, is based in Washington, DC. It is the only fresh produce association focused exclusively on and representing the unique interests of produce wholesalers and receivers in the U.S. NAPAR members are some of the leading wholesale receivers in the country. Most are family-owned, multi-generational businesses. The NAPAR Board meets twice a year and all members are invited to participate.