Quantum Marine raises money for charity

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Quantum Marine of Fort Lauderdale raised $19,400 in donations and sponsorships to benefit the Kids in Distress charity as part of the Three Peaks Challenge.

The challenge took place last month and involved sponsoring hikers to climb the three highest peaks in the British Isles (Scafell, England; Snowdon, Wales; and Ben Nevis, Scotland) within 24 hours. The Quantum team consisted of staff from the United States, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

Kids in Distress is an agency that was set up to prevent child abuse, preserve the family, and provide for the care and treatment of abused and neglected children.

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