Fourth Annual Friends & Family Golf Classic
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Fourth Annual Friends & Family Golf Classic

Fourth Annual Friends & Family Golf Classic

The wonderful people who run the Apple Hill golf course in Kingston, NH, were gracious enough to have us back this year for a 4th year for our annual CUBE 3 golf tournament. The weather was wonderful… but the turnout was spectacular. We went from 11 teams last year to 17 teams this year—and it was apparent that everyone who participated really came to celebrate each other, and enjoy a pretty incredible BBQ lunch.

When it comes to CUBE 3, we know we talk an awful lot about what we do, but we also realize we may not talk enough about who we are. Events like this remind us that our team is everything, to us and our clients, and it’s our honor to host outings like this to let all of our employees know how much we value them and all of their hard work.

After the completion of 18 holes, one team came out on top winning the coveted orange jacket. We’d like to extend a hearty congratulations to the following “Winners.” Thanks for making us all look good!

Winning Team:
Greg Sherwin
Fred Johnson
Breandan Andre

Longest Drive:
Eleazar Rausseo &  Jodi Salvo

Closest to the Pin:
Chad Carr, Pam Allison and Linda Pardus-Goodman