For over 10 years, Customatic Adjustable Bedz, a retail “solutions” provider dedicated to the advancement of custom sleep products, has supported the Seena Magowitz Foundation in its efforts to raise funds to find a cure for pancreatic cancer. This year the company will sponsor two luxury car give-aways at the 12th Annual Seena Magowitz Golf Classic, in Orlando, FL. The first participant to make a hole-in-one at each of the designated holes on the green of the charity event will win either a new Tesla or Jaguar.
The Seena Magowitz Foundation is committed to advancing awareness, early detection, and the eventual prevention and cure of pancreatic cancer. It is dedicated to primarily funding GlobalCure, a top scientific medical alliance on the leading edge of translational pancreatic research, focused on early diagnosis, and the rapid development of new treatments with the ultimate goal of eradicating pancreatic cancer.
“Customatic has been a strong supporter of the Seena Magowitz Golf Classic since its inception because of our commitment and friendship with the charity’s founder, Roger Magowitz. This annual event creates bonding relationships with all involved while rallying the sleep products industry to raise awareness and money toward the fight against a horrible disease. This is a cause that is near and dear to our hearts because pancreatic cancer has touched so many people in our professional and personal lives,” said Customatic Adjustable Bedz Partner Phil Sherman.
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About Customatic Adjustable Bedz: Customatic Adjustable Bedz is a pioneer of the sleep products industry and is known for its expertise and cutting-edge innovations in adjustable bed bases, mattresses and pillows. Founded in 2010 by industry veterans Phil McCarty and Phil Sherman, today the company distributes products nationally through strong partnerships with top-name mattress manufacturers, leading department stores and major specialty sleep retailers. Customatic Adjustable Bedz is headquartered in Natick, MA, and operates in 344,000-square foot manufacturing facilities in Taiwan.