TDS Open smashes last year’s fundraising total

TDS Open 1This year participants in the TDS Open raised $38,500 for the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County. According to the organization’s Chief Executive Officer, Michael Johnson, 100% of the proceeds will go to the Verona College Club. He adds, “I just want to say thank you to the TDS family and their vendors for supporting the 3,000 plus kids that come to our local Boys and Girls Club.” TDS open 2

Last year’s event, which benefited the Dane County Crime Victim Response Unit, raised a total $32,478.59. That’s a difference of more than $6,000!

The 28 teams of four teed off at The Legend at Bergamont golf course in Oregon, Wis. There was a raffle, lunch buffet and prizes were awarded to foursomes in 1st, 4th, 7th, 10th and last place. For more images from the TDS Open click here and you’ll be taken to our Flickr page.

About Barclay Pollak

Barclay Pollak is an award winning journalist and proud to be a member of the Corporate Communications team at TDS Telecommunications Corp. (TDS®) in Madison, Wis. Barclay joined the team in April of 2013. Before that Barclay worked as an Anchor/ Reporter for the NBC affiliate in Madison. While at NBC-15 Barclay was recognized by several organizations for his contributions to the television news industry. They include the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, the Radio Television Digital News Association (Edward R. Murrow Regional Award) and the Chicago/Midwest National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (2012 Emmy Nominee). When he’s not working Barclay enjoys cheering for all the sports teams in Wisconsin. Barclay’s a University of Wisconsin-Madison alumnus and a huge fan of Badger athletics. Barclay is fascinated by the ever changing world of technology and spends a fair amount of his free time reading about the latest and greatest developments online. When Barclay’s not learning about technology he’s scouring the Internet in search of freeware. Barclay has an 8-year-old daughter and lives with his girlfriend of almost five years on Madison’s southwest side. G+.
No comments yet.

Leave a Comment