Atlantic Biologicals Raises over $1500 to Help Fight Cancer
Miami, FL - (April 22, 2016) - Atlantic Biologicals, a premier national distributor of pharmaceuticals and unit dose products in the United States and Puerto Rico, raised over $1500 to help fight cancer by participating in American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life in Hollywood, FL. Out of the 19 teams that participated in the event, Atlantic Biologicals placed second overall in total funds raised and was recognized as a “Rising Star” team.
Relay is an organized fundraising walk that takes place in more than 5,000 communities and 20 countries bringing people together to celebrate the lives of those who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and raise money and awareness to fight back against the disease. Relay events comprise the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
“I am so proud that our organization was recognized as one of the top teams for our fundraising efforts for such a great cause,” said Allison Riley, Director of Sales. “Cancer has impacted everyone in some way, and it’s inspiring to see our employees ’commitment to the community and to fighting this deadly disease.”
About Atlantic Biologicals
Founded in 1999, Atlantic Biologicals is a comprehensive provider of healthcare solutions. The company is a premier distributor of brand, generic and critical care pharmaceuticals. Their corporate headquarters are strategically located in South Florida. Additional distribution centers are located throughout the country. Atlantic Biologicals offers expedited service throughout the contiguous United States and Hawaiian Islands. For more information, please visit www.atlanticbiologicals.com or call 305-690-4233.
About Relay For Life
In more than 5,200 communities and 20 countries, Relay For Life events comprise the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Each Relay For Life event is special to its community, but the movement's true power lies in the combined commitment of thousands of participants, volunteers, and supporters to help the American Cancer Society save lives from cancer.