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Updated: 03/27/2013 09:12:03AM

Businesses battle in paintball for charity

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Volunteer Justin Reber of MBA Shipping in Port Charlotte prepares equipment for the competition.

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Getting ready for the game (l-r) are Steve Burnett, owner of Burnett Painting; Dean Burnside, Good News Pest Solutions; Mike O’Toole, Gulfside Mortgage Services; and Dallas Council, owner of Aamco Transmissions of Venice. The C & B 2013 Charity Paintball Championship is held at the B & D Army Navy Paintball Field on Laurel Road in Nokomis.

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Venice Aamco owner and team leader Dallas Council prepares for the C & B 2013 Charity Paintball Championship at the B & D Army Navy Paintball Field on Laurel Road in Nokomis.

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Steve Burnett, the owner of Burnett Painting, illustrates the technique he will be using as he leads his 10-man team in the C & B 2013 Charity Paintball Championship at the B & D Army Navy Paintball Field on Laurel Road in Nokomis.

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The referee checking in teams is Cliff Kalwitter of the Sarasota County School Board. He has been refereeing for two years.

By ROGER BUTTON

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It wasn’t exactly hide and seek but it was a really tough combat match between two teams of sharpshooting businessmen that took place in Nokomis last week to benefit charity.

Dallas Council, the owner of Aamco Transmissions of Venice, and Steve Burnett, the owner of Burnett Painting, both enthusiastic paintball competitors, decided to encourage their employees to participate in a challenge match.

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