Radius Investigations is proud to announce that one of it’s founding partners, Sinai Megibow, will be taking part in Long Island’s Fight for Charity.
Sinai is joining 25 other Long Island businessmen and businesswomen who will be putting on the boxing gloves this November to go ‘mano a mano’ in the ring.
As reported by Jenna Marci on June 24, 2015 at libn.com…
Twenty-six Long Island businessmen and businesswomen will go head-to-head in a boxing extravaganza this November in the name of charity.
Long Island’s Fight for Charity, co-founded by Jamie Austin, Jeff Cohen and Matt Silver, gathers volunteers from Long Island’s business community each year to train for five months before sending them off into the ring. This year’s kick-off event, held Tuesday, was sponsored by Lessing’s and hosted at Stonebridge Golf Links & Country Club in Smithtown.
Now in its 12th year, the event has been known to draw over 1,000 viewers; this year’s fight expects more than 1,200 attendees. Fight for Charity has raised almost $1 million since 2003 and, this year, hopes to raise another $150,000. Funds raised by the event are donated to local charities such as the Long Island Community Chest, The Genesis School and the National Foundation for Human Potential.
Last year the event was available on pay-per-view for $29.95. Tickets to the live event sold for $150 for general admission and $225 for V.I.P.
The fight night is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 23, 2015. This is a great cause that helps a lot of people in our Long Island community. We invite you to participate.