Suntex hosts Folds of Honor at re-opening of Miami Beach Marina

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Suntex is set to re-open Miami Beach Marina.

Suntex is set to re-open Miami Beach Marina.

Suntex Marina Investors will hold a fundraising event for Folds of Honor during the grand opening of Miami Beach Marina. Suntex acquired equity interest in the marina from the RCI Group in mid-January.

“We are honored to hold this fundraising effort at the beautiful Miami Beach Marina during our grand opening celebration,” Johnny Powers, CEO of Suntex, said in a statement. “Since 2012, Suntex Marinas has partnered with the Folds of Honor and their mission to provide scholarships to the families of fallen and wounded soldiers. While we are celebrating our new management of Miami Beach Marina, driving awareness for the Folds of Honor cause is paramount to our core values. We are honored to be able to use this event to help those who have sacrificed so much for our country.”

Since 2007, Folds of Honor has worked to support the nearly nine out 10 military spouses and children who don’t quality for federal scholarships.

Miami Beach Marina offers 400 slips for vessels up to 250 feet long and is close to Miami International Airport.

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