Global Healthcare Management Supports North Hunterdon Lions 2017 Football Season
June 27, 2017

Global Healthcare Management Supports North Hunterdon Lions 2017 Football Season

Jon P. Letko, owner of Global Healthcare Management in Milford, NJ is pleased to announce sponsorship of his alma mater’s football team; the North Hunterdon Lions!

As a former Lion himself, Jon accredits much of his success in the healthcare industry to the skills he acquired during his time on the football field. Dedication to sports and education has played a major role on Letko’s life and his philosophies for running his company. “Remaining active and dedicated to my school work and the team throughout my high school career played such an important role in my life. It has greatly influenced the person and business owner that I am today. I consider myself actively involved in my company and dedicated to doing the best I can for my customers and employees every day. I am happy to be able to provide what I can to this team and its athletes, and being involved with a school that I remember so fondly”, said Letko.

This will be the fourth year that Letko has donated to the team and it does not go under appreciated, according to the head Coach of the Lions, Jared Mazzetta.  “Over the past four years, Global Healthcare Management has been a major contributor to the North Hunterdon football program.  Thanks to the generous donations from Global Healthcare, the North Football program is able to provide weekly pregame meals and purchased long sleeve Dri-Fit Milk Can shirts. This season, Global’s donation will be used for many things, including clothing, pre-game meals and a team sponsored event!”

Jon Letko and the staff at Global Healthcare Management would like to wish North Hunterdon a very victorious season and successful school year for all the players and coaches! Let’s go Lions!

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