Deal, N.J. - DataVision, the New York specialty IT and A/V dealer, held its fourth annual Rainbow Sports charity tournament here last month.
The event benefitted The Stella Liniado Rainbow Foundation, which supports cancer research and helps fund bone marrow testing for patients.
The Foundation was named after the daughter of DataVision president Albert Liniado, who succumbed to leukemia three years ago.
The basketball and tennis tournament, held at a Jewish Community Center here, was sponsored by Intel, Toshiba, Sony and DataVision, which also provided auction items including iPads and notebook computers. Giveaways included headphones and laptop accessories donated by Belkin, Koss and BuiltNY.
The Foundation has also created a 7,500-person bone-marrow registry for Sephardic Jews. To date, 15 matching donors have provided marrow to cancer patients.
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