Bonita Springs, Fla. – CSI Enterprises, Inc is following the tradition of giving with their annual Golf Tour. During previous years, they have been proud to support such great organizations as the George Gervin Foundation, American Cancer Society, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Meals on Wheels and Special Olympics. This year, they have the honor of supporting the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that serves military members who incurred service-connected wounds, injuries, or illnesses on or after September 11, 2001, including their families.
The majority of the funds raised each year from the player’s participation are used to give back to the community and where it benefits the most. The players are all big advocates in the importance of reaching non-profit organizations where their missions focus on education, youth development, and community service.
This eight-year tournament brings together a diverse group of players to compete at a variety of top rated golf courses throughout the world. Previous to the start of the tour, each team selects a non-profit organization to donate to. This year’s first-place team members (Joe Januszewski, Robert Sims, Jeff Bourdon and Bill Mathis) proudly selected the Wounded Warrior Project as their charity of choice. CSI Enterprises, Inc. happily matched that amount to total $23,000 in donations.
Since 1988, CSI Enterprises, Inc. was the first and largest U.S. organization to have a successful corporate asset management and payment network throughout the U.S. and Latin America. They provide a specific line of controlled financial payment products including business fleet fueling/maintenance payment cards, a corporate virtual payment and card solutions for corporate purchasing, travel and entertainment spending.
CSI Enterprises, Inc. strives to lead the community in all they do but most importantly the act of “giving back” to local and national non-profit charities.