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Employees Raise $25K-plus for People with Down Syndrome at WW4D, a Growing Tradition

At the Working Wonders 4 Downs (WW4D) Golf Tournament on June 13, 2014, WWT raised over $25,000 for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis

Thanks to everyone who made it out to the Third Annual William J. Kriegesmann Working Wonders 4 Downs (WW4D) Golf Tournament on June 13, 2014! WWT employees helped raise more than $25,000 for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis, an organization benefitting Down Syndrome awareness and education.

The tournament, held at Annbriar Golf Course in Waterloo, IL, included 18 holes of golf, appetizers, prizes and a lot of fun, all of which gave back to a wonderful cause.

Jay and Holly Kriegesmann have put on the event for the past three years to make sure that not only their son, Will, but other individuals who have Down Syndrome, have all of the opportunities they deserve.

“We’ve learned real fast that you just can’t take things for granted… such as babies. They’re so beautiful, yet so fragile,” Holly said.

The Kriegesmanns are extremely proud of what they’ve been able to accomplish, raising more than $125,000 for WW4D in the past three years, and they are very excited about what the future holds for the tournament.