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PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA . - Thirteen mem- bers of "Team Cooney" comprised of employees, friends, and family of Cooney Brothers Inc., a value-added distributor of pipe, valves and fittings, joined some 3,000 cyclists in the American Cancer Society's Bike-A-Thon. The team raised more than $10,000 for the fight against cancer. Cooney Brothers participated in its 14th Bike-A-Thon benefiting the American Cancer Society. Starting in Philadelphia at the foot of the Ben Franklin Bridge, all 13 members of Team Cooney rode their committed distances, with the majority biking the full 66 miles to Atlantic City, New Jersey, where the ride finished on the boardwalk and beach. This annual event marked its 45th year in 2017. The Bike-A-Thon hosts a variety of ways to honor cancer survivors: (Turn to Cycling for a Cure, page 89.) TECHNOLOGY WITH A PERSONAL TOUCH News of Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Industrial PVF Jeff Woodard, vice president of operations; Chad Hollabaugh, president; and Casey Hollabaugh, vice president of corporation for Hollabaugh Brothers & Associates, based in Portland, Ore. and which covers a swath of the Pacic Northwest territory including Oregon, Washington, Idaho and then up to Alaska. While today's business climate requires operating at top speed, Hollabaugh still takes time to develop all-important personal relationships and facetime with customers. Story begins on page 32. FIND US twitter.com/wholesalermag facebook.com/wholesalermag AUGUST 2017 VOL 72, NO. 8 WHOLESALER the Cooney Brothers Cyclists Raise More Than $10,000 for Cancer Research Your 2017 - 2018 Listing of Manufacturers' Representatives Begins on Page 50!

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