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Dash for the Cash winner Tom Visotsky to donate prize to VCU Massey Cancer Center

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RICHMOND, Va. -- Tom Visotsky, 63, of Midlothian, won the AT&T Dash for the Cash at the 2015 Ukrop’s Monument Avenue 10k. Visotsky said he planned to donate his $2,500 prize to the VCU Massey Cancer Center. Tom's wife is a cancer survivor. In association with the race, the Visotskys have raised close to $20,000 for the VCU Massey Cancer Center.

"It’s the best run race of anywhere and I’ve run a lot of races," Visotsky said prior to the Dash. "It’s well organized and one of the big things is that it’s a great fundraiser for Massey Cancer which is something close to (my) heart."

Visotsky is a past president of the Virginia Society of CPAs and operated his own staffing firm for 25. He came out of retirement in June 2014 to serve as finance and business manager at First Baptist Church.

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