AASP-MN Holds 22nd Annual Golf Outing

AASP-MN Holds 22nd Annual Golf Outing

A fundraiser to support Minnesota Careers in Auto Repair & Service, designed to recruit people into college automotive service and collision repair programs, was held during the event and raised $665 for the campaign.

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On June 21st, 112 golfers and 25 sponsoring companies enjoyed a day of golfing and socializing at the 22nd Annual Alliance of Automotive Service Providers-Minnesota (AASP-MN) Golf Outing at Keller Golf Course, Maplewood, Minn.

The team from LaMettry’s Collision won the event with a score of 57 (15 under par). Team members included:

  • Justin LaMettry
  • Mike Ballou
  • Eric Johnson
  • John Rutz

The team from aaa Auto Parts placed second, represented by team members Todd Ratzlaff, Patrick McKinney and Pete Anderson of aaa and Aaron Wheatcraft of Arcon Solutions. Third-place winners were Dan Swenson and Wes Harris of Alexander’s Import Auto Repair, Terry Johnson of Sears Imports and Joe Nelson of Morrie’s.

A fundraiser to support Minnesota Careers in Auto Repair & Service (MNCARS), a new industry initiative designed to recruit people into college automotive service and collision repair programs, was held during the event and raised $665 for the campaign.

In addition, sponsors held a variety of contests and provided refreshments at their designated holes.

For additional information, contact the AASP-MN office at (612) 623-1110 or (800) 852-9071 or www.aaspmn.org.

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