Several Community Association Managers and other staff members from the Central Florida offices participated in the Orlando Jingle Bell Run 5K and raised money for the Arthritis Foundation as a part of the Giving Smiles program.
The participants surpassed the goal of $2,500 and raised over $5,000 in total. The Sentry group placed second in overall funds raised out of all the groups.
Several members of the staff showed up early to the event to decorate the Sentry booth with festive decorations, and their hard work paid off. The Sentry team was awarded “Most Festive Team Tailgate” in the decoration contest.
The Giving Smiles program is a company and employee-funded program that gives back to the communities that Sentry serves. The Arthritis Foundation is one, of hundreds of charities that Sentry supports across the nation.
Other charities supported by Sentry include Habitat for Humanity, the Sharing Center, Toys for Tots, The Humane Society, the American Breast Cancer Foundation, the Sunshine Foundation, and many more.
“It’s so important to support and to be a part of the communities that we serve, and events like this are the perfect opportunity to do just that,” Mary King, CAM, Marketing Manager, Central Florida explained.
Sentry offices that participated in the event include the Orlando, Kissimmee, Clermont, Brevard/Space Coast, Tavares, New Smyrna/Volusia, Ocala, and Daytona Beach offices. Sentry President Bradley Pomp and Vice President, Kregg Hale were also in attendance.
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