Boca's Broken Sound Raises $18,000 For Cancer Research

John Crean, CCE, CHA, General Manager of Broken Sound Club; Boca Friends executive board members Paula Karp and Roberta Oberman; Ivan Snyder, President of Broken Sound Club

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Mix exotic cars and a desire to ‘do good’ and you have one heck of a fundraiser from Broken Sound in Boca Raton.

According to the country club:

Broken Sound Club’s First Annual Classic, Collector and Exotic Car Show raised more than $18,000, presented on May 1 to the Boca Friends of the Pap Corps, Champions for Cancer Research.

The car show brought car participants from all over South Florida to show off their antique and classic cars. Spectators voted for the best car and club in show, won raffle prizes, and enjoyed a barbecue. The club has plans to hold an even bigger event next year, and open the show to neighboring clubs.

Broken Sound Club’s Chapter of the Pap Corps joyfully accepted the $18,429.00 check; all proceeds will go to the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

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