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Sound Tigers 5K; Results and Info

          Release: 04/05/2017
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The Bridgeport Sound Tigers are pleased to announce the results and successes of the third-annual Sound Tigers 5K, benefitting The Hundred Club of Connecticut and Tuesday’s Children, held on Saturday, Apr. 1.

More than 120 runners competed in the event despite dreary and wet conditions. New York’s Feroz Dewan crossed the finish line first with a time of 19:45, beating Bridgeport’s Anthony Chowanec by 23 seconds.

Click here for a full list of the results.

The Sound Tigers would also like to extend a heartfelt thank you to each participant and the dozens of volunteers and sponsors. In addition, the Sound Tigers are proud to reveal that the event raised more than $5,000 to donate to the Hundred Club of Connecticut and Tuesday’s Children charities through the generous donations of partners and the race’s participants. 

A special thank you to:

·      Ashcroft

·      United Rentals

·      Abbey Tent and Party Rentals

·      ADT Custom Home Services

·      Better Business Bureau

·      Bridgeport Sound Tigers Booster Club

·      Kamco

·      Independent Outdoor

·      MBI Inc.

·      Petro Home Services

·      Police and Firemen’s Insurance Association

·      Securitas

·      Servpro

·      The Trischman Group at Morgan Stanley

·      UB Clinics

·      VCA

Also, a special thank you to the Bridgeport Police Department, Bridgeport Fire Department, and AMR for donating their time and resources throughout the morning.

The Hundred Club of Connecticut is a non-profit organization, which provides financial assistance to the families of police officers, correction officers and firefighters who have perished in the line of duty. The club consists of more than 2,400 members from all walks of life who are committed to this objective.

Tuesday’s Children works on the front lines of unimaginable tragedies, providing personalized support and a safe landing place to traumatized, grief-stricken children, families and communities left reeling from terrorism or traumatic loss. The organization’s work begins when the emergency response ends, when the true, life-altering impact of the violence sets in. Its proven, long-term approach to helping family members and communities recover was forged in the aftermath of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.
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