DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – Polyglass U.S.A., Inc. was proud to be a supporting partner of the Dolphins Cancer Challenge that took place on February 20, 2016. The South Florida event, which raised money for Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center (SCCC) at the University of Miami drew over 3,400 participants.. More than 2,000 cyclists and 1,300 runners and walkers took part in the bike ride and 5K. Participants also enjoyed a concert celebration by Melissa Etheridge and Sheryl Crow, both cancer survivors.
“We have all been touched by cancer,” states CEO Natalino Zanchetta. “As a company that is dedicated to improving the well-being of our employees and community, we are honored to be affiliated with an organization that is making a difference in people’s lives.”
About Polyglass: Polyglass U.S.A. Inc. is a leading manufacturer of modified bitumen roof membranes. Known for its self-adhered roofing systems based on the company’s patented ADESO® technology and its new patent-pending CURE Technology®, Polyglass also produces a full line of premium roof coatings and roof maintenance systems. Providing quality, innovation and service at its best, Polyglass adds value worldwide. For more information about the premium products and services offered by Polyglass, call 800.222.9782 or visit www.polyglass.us.
About the Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC): Launched in 2010 as the signature initiative of the Miami Dolphins Foundation, the DCC is a way all of us can be cancer fighters! 100% of participant-raised funds go to innovative cancer research at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. DCC participants have raised over $11.5 million in just five years.
About Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center: Sylvester serves as the hub for cancer diagnosis and treatment for UHealth -University of Miami Health System. In 2003, Sylvester expanded its cancer services to patients in Broward and Palm Beach with the opening of Sylvester at Deerfield Beach. A third facility, Sylvester at Kendall, was opened in 2009 to serve patients in southern Miami-Dade county. Since its founding, Sylvester has transformed cancer research and treatment in South Florida and beyond.