As The 2024 SC&RF Fundraiser Gears Up, Foundation Reports Record-Breaking Event

- The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Foundation’s fundraiser at the 2023 Annual Conference was an enormous success raising $68,787 and breaking records for attendance (337 tickets sold), sponsor support and raffle profits.  The all-white-themed event took place outside amongst tables draped with snow-white flowers, birch-lit trees and décor donated by the Bragg family. The violinist – Zac Clejan - captivated the crowd immediately following the flash mob of eight that performed to “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.” The Diamond Ring raffle contributed to the event’s overall success bringing in more than $10,000 as the beautiful woman dressed in a skirt filled with champagne flutes helped to sell tickets. Thank you to event leads, Janet Fastuca and Christine Burkhalter, ticket purchasers, and the generous sponsors who contributed to the success of the event: Ashley Sling; Bay Crane; BOSS Crane & Rigging; Bragg Companies; Clark Crane LLC; Doral Equipment Rental; Engineered Rigging; Fulcrum Lifting; Kennedy Wire Rope; Landstar; PSC Crane & Rigging; Matcom; Mazella Companies; Meter Bearings; Miller Transfer; ECBM - Insurance Brokers and Consultants; Slingmax Rigging Solutions; Southern Industrial Constructors; White Brothers  Trucking Company; TNT Crane & Rigging; Trail King Industries; and Van Beest/Green Pin. 
The 2024 event planning is underway with a Tacos & Tequila theme for the Annual Conference, April 15-19 in Austin, Texas. Information about new recognition and benefits for fundraiser sponsors will be released in early November. To join the sponsors for the 2024 event, email Joel Dandrea. Plan now to join us for another great event to support scholarships, research, and workforce development. For more information, contact Jackie Roskos.

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