Latham Marine Raises Funds For Special Olympics


High-performance powerboat hydraulic steering leader leader Latham Marine in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., pitched and raised money during a recent fundraiser at the Larry Wilson Collection, a privately owned gallery of more than 50 vintage automobiles in Palm Beach. The gallery served as the site for a promotional event for the Dream Ride Experience, most of the proceeds of which go the Special Olympics, the event’s primary charity.

Through their efforts, Latham Marine owners Bob and Kathy Latham helped raise more than $3,000 for the Special Olympics. The fundraiser was organized by Meg Weinberger, who the Lathams met during an animal rescue fundraising fishing tournament last year.

“We are so happy to lend our support to other members of the community who give tirelessly and generously to disadvantaged people and animals,” said Kathy Latham in a press release from the company. “Meg is an amazing woman and Latham Marine is pleased to assist her in her causes which coincide with our own, as well as our work to contribute to our military veterans. We always give back.”