Tony Goff, president of Goff's Enterprises, was named Man of the Year by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter.
The society’s Man and Woman of the Year Campaign is a 10-week fundraising competition among individuals in communities across the U.S. to raise funds for research and support for families affected by blood cancers.
Goff’s campaign turned in a record $57,963 for the Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter. The centerpiece of his campaign was a large-scale, black-tie-optional event at the Calatrava at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The event consisted of a live concert in which Goff was the lead singer of the newly formed “52nd Street” Billy Joel Band.
“I want to thank all of you that contributed to the campaign in so many ways. From the personal and corporate donors, to the volunteers and businesses that gave auction items as well as services that benefitted our ‘Night at the Calatrava’ event, there are literally hundreds of people that contributed to our campaign’s success,” says Goff. “Together we really made a positive difference in the lives of people battling blood cancers.”
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