NEW HARTFORD, N.Y., June 15, 2017 – Bremer’s Wine & Liquor of New Hartford is preparing for their sixth annual Bremer’s Charity Open. Proceeds from the golf tournament, which will be held on June 21 at the Skenandoa Golf Club in Clinton, N.Y., will once again benefit the Boys & Girls Club of the Mohawk Valley and the House of the Good Shepherd.
Last year, with the help of business partners and hole sponsorships, Bremer’s was able to donate $15,600 to the Boys & Girls Club of the Mohawk Valley. This year, the company is hoping for the same success. “There is not a better organization to donate to than one that supports the youth of our community,” said co-owner Tim Bremer.
Co-owner Eric Bremer agreed. “We are involved with many area fundraisers and events, but the Boys & Girls Club of the Mohawk Valley is the organization that we are most proud to put our name behind,” he said.
Currently, the tournament is fully sponsored, but both Tim and Eric Bremer encourage anyone who wishes to do so to make a donation to the Boys & Girls Club of the Mohawk Valley. Please call (315) 724-2524 for information on how you can donate.
About Bremer’s Wine & Liquor
Originally established in 1876, Bremer’s Wine & Liquor was the first liquor store in the area to receive its liquor license after Prohibition in 1933, and is the area’s largest seller of fine wines and spirits. Family owned and operated from its beginnings, Bremer’s Wine & Liquor will celebrate 80 years in business and one decade at its current location in June of 2013. Bremer’s is located at 4684 Commercial Dr., New Hartford and is open Mon. – Sat. from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on Sun. from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
About the Boys & Girls Club of the Mohawk Valley
The Boys & Girls Club of the Mohawk Valley, based in Utica, N.Y., promotes the social, educational, health, leadership and character development of boys and girls during critical periods of their growth. The club offers a range of services and programs, such as torch clubs, power hour, career explorers, arts and crafts, talent shows, journalism and graphic design, photo contests, informal and organized team sports and game rooms.