Jubilant Cadista Pharmaceuticals recently held their inaugural Lower Eastern Shore Cornhole Tournament and raised nearly $10,000 for United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore. Over 80 teams from local companies and the community at large gathered at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium to participate in friendly competition to compete for the very first title of “Cornament Champion”. The first place trophy and “bragging rights” were awarded to Jesse Dodd and Kevin Yunckes of “Tuckahoe Duo”.
“Jubilant Cadista is extremely excited to partner with United Way on this unique event. We anticipate building on the first year success and continuing to raise funds to support community programs” stated Mark Dudick, Senior Director of National Accounts of Jubilant Cadista Pharmaceuticals.
Kathleen Mommé, Executive Director of United Way shared, “Jubilant Cadista’s generous community spirit is a true blessing for our United Way and the entire Eastern Shore. This event is a prime example of their innovative and kind-hearted employees who continue to make a difference.”
In addition to hosting the inaugural “Cornament” fundraiser, Jubilant Cadista generously supports United Way through annual employee campaigns and “Days of Caring” volunteer projects. Since 2012, employee and corporate campaign contributions have totaled nearly $50,000 and they are annually ranked among the “Top 25” United Way companies.
About Jubilant Cadista Pharmaceuticals:
Jubilant Cadista, Inc. has become one of the fastest growing generic pharmaceutical companies in the U.S. through new product innovation and dedication to customers with production from facilities located in Salisbury, Maryland and Roorkee, India. Jubilant Cadista has a current portfolio of over 20 products and an additional 50 molecules in other various stages of development. In order to facilitate future growth, a new state-of-the-art manufacturing, packaging and warehouse facility will be built on the current Salisbury, Maryland campus.