Millennials disrupt 2017 Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic

TORONTO – Two millennials infiltrated the 33rd annual Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic in aid of Easter Seals and the Princess Margaret Hospital.

For the past seven years CDN Editor Paolo Del Nibletto has hosted and produced the Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic video for the event.

But on September 7 at the Country Club in North Toronto, millennial IT reporters Mandy Kovacs and Alex Radu took over in an attempt to disrupt the entire IT channel community in Canada.

Watch the video to see how they did.

The Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic has been going strong for 33 years and was hosted by Cisco Canada for the fourth year in a row. The Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic is a premier golf tournament that brings the computer industry together to help raise funds for two worthy causes, Easter Seals Ontario and Princess Margaret Hospital.

This year’s event to honour the retiring Rick Reid, president of Tech Data Canada, who has been a long time supporter of the Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic.

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