September 27, 2016 (Salisbury, MD) - United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently held the 3rd Annual Eastern Shore “Cornament” at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium in Salisbury. With over 20 sponsors and 30 teams competing in the event, the Eastern Shore’s largest cornhole tournament raised over $15,000 for United Way’s local programs supporting Education, Financial Stability and Health on the Lower Eastern shore. The “Tar Heel Holers”, Joe Harbinson and Jamie Bozman, emerged as the champions of the tournament.
Presenting sponsor, Interstate Container/Greencoat, of Cambridge, Maryland, provided leadership in the event planning, as well as over 20 volunteers, ensuring the event ran smoothly. Interstate Container generously supports United Way through annual employee campaigns and sponsorships, and has raised nearly $300,000 for United Way since 2007. Davis Jean-Louis, Operations Manager of Interstate Container’s Cambridge location shared, “It was a great honor for our team to come together on this project as the presenting sponsor for the second year in a row!”
Major sponsors of the event also included Froggy 99.9 FM, M-Pak Technologies, South Chicago Packaging, Chemol and McCall Handling Company. Additional sponsors included Aviles-Robbins, B&E Storage & Transfer Company, Delmarva Media Group, Eastern Shore Smile Solutions, American Inks & Coatings, Applied Industrial Technologies, Arrow Safety Device, Atlas Container, Data Guard, Delco PKG, Fidelity Fiber, Signode Engineered Products, Toroid Corporation, Condor Technologies, Safety Resources and JM Fry Company.
(L-R) Davis Jean-Louis of Interstate Container presents the first place award to the “Tar Heel Holers”, Joe Harbinson with his son, Jacob Harbinson, and Jamie Bozman.
Teams gather for the opening pitch at the 3rd Annual Eastern Shore Cornament, presented by Interstate Container to benefit United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore.