Waste Pro is Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund Gold Sponsor June 14, 2016 CAPE CORAL, FL – Waste Pro is a proud Gold Sponsor of the Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund, a non-partisan, non-political and non-profit organization raising funds to support deserving local youths in furthering their education. “By investing in our youth’s education, we keep our communities strong,” said Keith Banasiak. “We are excited to partner with an organization that recognizes how important this is.” At the organization’s annual banquet which was held at Palmetto Pines Country Club on April 28th,2016, Waste Pro Southwest Florida Regional Vice President, Keith Banasiak, and Waste Pro West Coast Marketing Manager, Tracy Meehan, presented awards to two students, Colton Cathey and Anan Quan, two graduating seniors from Cape Coral High School for their excellent academic performance and community involvement. “Keith and Tracy, I want to thank you and Waste Pro again for being a Gold Sponsor for the Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund,” said Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund Sponsor Committee Chair, Steve Riggs. “Colton Cathey and Anan Quan, will hopefully take the generosity of your support with them to college, and ‘pay it forward’ someday!” The Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund, Inc. is a volunteer, non-profit citizen’s group represented by a 15-member volunteer board of directors along with 8 trustees. All members are citizens who live and/or work in Cape Coral. The Fund is not a part of Cape Coral city government. Waste Pro is one of this country’s fastest growing privately owned waste collection, recycling, processing and disposal companies, operating in nine southeastern states. Serving more than two million residential and 40,000 commercial customers from over 500 operating locations, Waste Pro is headquartered in Longwood, Florida, and maintains more than 250 exclusive municipal contracts and franchises. -end- Waste Pro Southwest Florida Regional Vice President, Keith Banasiak, and West Coast Marketing Manager, Tracy Meehan, and other local sponsors, at the 2016 Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund awards banquet.