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Stateview Annual Golf Tournament
October 7, 2022

Over $170,000 Raised for MS Research at 1st Annual Stateview Homes Golf Tournament

At  StateView Homes 1st Annual Golf Tournament, over $170,000 was raised to support research and treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

144 golfers recently took to the links at Eagles Nest Golf Club in Maple, ON.  The winning foursome, at 12 under par, represented Artizan Interior & Exterior Finishings of Woodbridge, ON, included Phil Arci, Alfredo Durante, Steve Durante, and Marc Rubino.

“We are grateful to all who joined us to help support an extremely worthy cause,” said Julian Uccello, StateView’s Sales and Marketing Specialist.  Uccello, a former professional soccer player with European credentials was diagnosed with MS in 2011. “When the symptoms and diagnosis ended my soccer career, I felt lost. Through the support of family and friends, and the ongoing outpouring of support from the building/construction industry, I am moving forward with confidence.  I hold great hope that a cure will one day be found.”

Award-winning StateView Homes is known for crafting distinctive niche new home communities and for helping the greater community. With that in mind, the company joined Uccello in his mission to create awareness about and fund research for MS. Over the three years before the tournament, StateView had raised over $100,000 in support of Mission Stadiums for Multiple Sclerosis (MS4MS), a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of the disease and funding research.  

Uccello added, “This tournament begins a tradition that means a lot to me and our company. Planning for next year’s event at Eagles Nest is underway.  We look to make our 2023 event even bigger and better.”

For more on Julian Uccello’s MS journey – watch this video.


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