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Moyer, West and Associates make donation to Police Benevolent Foundation

On Thurdsay, October 19th, the PBA was on hand in Advance, North Carolina to receive a donation of $1,500 for the Police Benevolent Foundation. Moyer, West and Associates held their annual golf tournament for clients at Bermuda Run Country Club and wanted to make a donation as part of the event. Brett Moyer is a financial planner with this firm and a former officer with the Winston-Salem Police department. He also served as chapter president of the Winston-Salem chapter for a number of years. During his time as President, Brett secured large donations for the Founation. We want to thank Moyer, West and Associates for their generous contribution!
 

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