Blair Cato Pickren Casterline Raises Over $17,000 for South Carolina Military Family Care Association

Columbia, SC –October 25, 2017– The law firm of Blair Cato Pickren Casterline announced that it raised over $17,000 for the South Carolina Military Family Care Association (SCMFCA) at the firm’s recent charity event. The annual event, hosted by Blair Cato, helps raise funds for struggling military families in South Carolina. The event was held at Spirit Communications Park, where real estate agents, friends, and partners attended. Mighty McFly performed 80’s pop cover songs.

Last year, Blair Cato received the REGAL award for Best Special Promotion for their SCMFCA event. The award was presented at the Annual REGAL Awards by the Sales & Marketing Council (SMC) of the Building Industry Association of Central South Carolina (BIA).

"The funds raised are greatly appreciated by members of the armed forces and their families that the SCMFCA serves,” said retired Maj. Gen. Harry B. Burchstead.

Burchstead, along with Brig. Gen. Roy McCarty, and Command Sgt. Maj. Russell A. Vickery, attended the event this year.

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