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‘Swing for the Cure’ brings $528,850 to breast cancer fight

MulvannyG2 Architecture raised $138,850 to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Puget Sound Affiliate, at its sixth annual golf tournament, “Swing for the Cure,” held at Inglewood Golf Club in Kenmore. Mitch Smith and Ming Zhang, Senior Partners of MulvannyG2, along with Chairman of the Board, Jerry Lee, presented a check to Mona Locke, Executive Director of Komen’s Puget Sound Affiliate, on Oct. 10 in support of breast cancer awareness month. MulvannyG2’s cumulative donation from this event has now peaked to over $528,850, aiding in the fight against breast cancer.

“Breast cancer has changed the lives of so many people here at MulvannyG2, and we know firsthand how it affects families and friends around the world,” said Smith, MulvannyG2 Senior Partner.

Over 150 of MulvannyG2’s retail and commercial clients, industry consultants and friends attended the “Swing for the Cure” golf tournament on July 24.

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