PHILADELPHIA,PA--(Marketwired - April 24, 2015) - Maramont Corporation, a Brooklyn, NY-based supplier of pre-packaged meals, with facilities in Moosic, PA, and in Philadelphia PA, prepared and donated lunches, snacks and refreshments to more than 600 athletes, volunteers, coaches and attendees of the 2015 Philadelphia Spring Games, hosted by Special Olympics Pennsylvania (SOPA).
The 35th Annual Spring Games were held at the William Penn Charter School, in the Northwest section of Philadelphia. Local law enforcement officers also participated in The Spring Games, by running the Flame of Hope from the Philadelphia Museum of Art to Penn Charter, for the Opening Ceremony. This year, more than 250 Special Olympic Pennsylvania athletes, 300 volunteers and 50 coaches, from Philadelphia and the surrounding areas, participated in sporting events such as track and field, basketball and advanced aquatics.
Joseph Bistritzky, CEO, Maramont, said, "We were delighted to provide refreshments for Special Olympics Pennsylvania's Spring Games, this year. Maramont Corporation is a longtime supporter of student initiatives, and of the Special Olympics, itself. So naturally, we felt it our duty to provide nutritious foods and snacks to an organization whose impact is felt by many students and families, here."
The Spring Games also featured a family-friendly Olympic Town, which provided entertainment and activities for volunteers and athletes. Additional event sponsors included: Comcast Sports Network, McMenamin Family ShopRite, TD Bank, TriState Media Productions and The YMCA.
Click for a brief recap of the 35th Annual Special Olympics Spring Games: http://bit.ly/1DHj2eP
About Maramont Corporation
Maramont Corporation supplies pre-packaged meals to various agencies, nationwide. The company provides breakfast, lunch, assorted snacks, and beverages to organizations within the Greater Philadelphia region. Maramont, a sister company to Preferred Meals, and subsidiary of Prepared Meal Holdings, Inc., is based in Brooklyn, New York and maintains facilities in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
About Special Olympics Pennsylvania
Special Olympics Pennsylvania (SOPA) provides year-round training and competition in 21 Olympic-type sports to nearly 20,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities or closely related developmental disabilities. For more information about how SOPA inspires greatness, visit our Web site at www.specialolympicspa.org.
More than 600 athletes, coaches, and volunteers attended the Special Olympics Pennsylvania Spring Games, here, recently. The daylong event was held at Philadelphia's William Penn Charter School, wherein athletes competed in various sports, such as track and field, advanced aquatics and basketball. The event's food and beverage sponsor was Maramont Corporation, a sister company to Preferred Meals, and subsidiary of Prepared Meal Holdings, Inc.
Assisted by representatives of local law enforcement agencies, Special Olympic Pennsylvania athletes, light a torch with The Flame of Hope, during the 35th Annual Spring Games, which was held at Philadelphia's William Penn Charter School, recently. More than 250 athletes and 50 coaches participated in the event, competing in sporting events, such as track and field and basketball. Maramont Corporation, a New York-based, pre-packaged meal supplier, with offices in Moosic, PA, and Philadelphia, PA, provided food for the daylong event.
Recently, Special Olympics Pennsylvania held its 35th Annual Spring Games at Philadelphia's William Penn Charter School, wherein more than 600 Special Olympic athletes, coaches and volunteers, participated. Pictured here, left to right, are Anthony M. Fullard, board member, Special Olympics Pennsylvania; Brian Monighan, president, Comcast Sports Network; Kris M. James, regional operations manager, east, Preferred Meals; Britt Kleine, director, Special Olympics Philadelphia; Matthew Aaron, president/CEO, Special Olympics Pennsylvania; and Matt Pagano, owner, Pagano's Market. Maramont Corporation was lead sponsor and donated lunches, snacks, and beverages for those who attended.
More than 300 volunteers assisted the Special Olympics Pennsylvania, at its recent 35th Annual Spring Games. Maramont Corporation, an event sponsor, provided lunch, snacks and refreshments for athletes, coaches and volunteers. The event was held at William Penn Charter School, in the Northwest section of Philadelphia.
Young attendees of the recent Special Olympics Pennsylvania 35th Annual Spring Games, enjoy nutritious lunches and snacks, provided by Maramont Corporation, a pre-packaged meal supplier, during the daylong sporting event that attracted more than 600 athletes, coaches and volunteers. The Games were held at the William Penn Charter School, in the northwest section of Philadelphia.
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