Golden Corral President and CEO Lance Trenary appointed chairman

Raleigh, N.C., Feb. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Camp Corral, a free summer camp for children of wounded, injured, ill and fallen military service members, announced today that three new members will be joining the board of directors: Tony Jeffreys, Adam Daland and Mary Beth Ormiston. Current board member Lance Trenary has been elected chairman.

“We are thrilled to welcome these new members to our board and look forward to incorporating their unique expertise,” said Leigh Longino, CEO of Camp Corral. “Their experience ranges from financial and fundraising to camp management, and I am confident that these new additions to the team will propel us forward as an organization and allow us to change the lives of even more military children.”

Tony Jeffreys has over 25 years of Fortune 500 and nonprofit experience. He’s earned a reputation as a strong leader with expertise and skills in team building, motivational training, managing/directing, fundraising and mentoring. Jeffreys holds a Bachelor of Science from Springfield College and earned his Master of Business Administration and Master of Health Administration from Pfeiffer University.

Adam Daland is a vice president of Investors Management Company (IMC), where he focuses on company and financial analysis. He has served as a volunteer on the Camp Corral Finance Committee for the past two years. Daland earned his undergraduate degree in linguistics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). He also holds a master’s in accounting from the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.

Mary Beth Ormiston is currently the owner of MBO Consulting LLC where she provides enterprise risk management consulting services for youth-serving and family organizations. She has over 35 years of experience in summer camp management, including risk management for YMCA’s, Boys and Girls Clubs, Jewish Community Centers and camps. Ormiston graduated from the University of Northern Iowa where she majored in Speech Communications.

Lance Trenary is President and CEO of Golden Corral Corporation, which he joined more than 30 years ago. He currently serves on the Founder’s Circle of Project Healing Waters, an organization dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of wounded or disabled military service personnel. He also holds several leadership roles on industry boards and executive committees. Trenary attended the executive management program at Harvard University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.

Camp Corral’s board of directors helps support the organization’s vision, mission and fund-raising goals. For more information about Camp Corral, visit

About Camp Corral

Camp Corral, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation, is a free, one-of-a-kind summer camp for children of wounded, injured, ill wounded and fallen military service members. Since its founding in 2011 by Golden Corral, Camp Corral has grown to 21 camp sessions in 17 states and has served more than 21,000 children. Although any child ages 8 to 15 from a military family is eligible, registration priority is given to children of wounded, disabled or fallen military service members. For more information, visit



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