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GREENVILLE, Pa. - Business professionals put work aside today to compete on the Greens of Greenville on Monday.

The course played host to the 63rd annual Business and Industry Day.

Talented long drivers took their best swings to win the Keystone Shoot-Out Championship.

The day on the green provides a social opportunity for networking.

"It's a day off of work, but it gives a chance to meet some of their clients and some of the other businesses in a social setting that they don't normally get to do," says Jim Lowry, Executive Director of the Greenville Economic Corp.

The tournament is believed to be the longest running event of its kind in the country.

 

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