Johnson Controls Relay for Life Plymouth, MI team has once again
won the "Most Dollars Raised" trophy at the June 21-22 event by
Johnson Controls Automotive Seating employees Ratnam Jeedigunta and Sonjia Butler won first place and second place respectively in the 100 hour-challenge in raising funds and the team was awarded $700 bonus cash by the American Cancer Society for their efforts. This pushed the team over the $20,000 goal for the second year in a row. In addition, Ratnam was recognized with the "Maximum Dollars Raised - Individual" trophy.
The team wants to acknowledge Johnson Controls' leadership, internal and external donors and the network of volunteers (employees and their family members) who helped them reach these significant goals.
Apart from raising funds, the team exhibited true team spirit by having a minimum of two walkers participate in each hour for the entire 24-hour relay - even through the night and drizzle.