Final Tally of $85,000 from 911 Collision Centers Annual Fundraiser Benefits Tucson Youth Organizations - BodyShop Business

Final Tally of $85,000 from 911 Collision Centers Annual Fundraiser Benefits Tucson Youth Organizations

911 Collision Centers announced a final tally of just over $85,000 from its annual Charity Golf Tournament and Gala event in Tucson, Ariz. Funds raised from this year’s event benefited several local youth organizations.

"Giving back to the communities that support us is one of the cornerstones of our company’s mission," said Bob Thompson, Golf committee chair and CFO of 911 Collision Centers. "This year’s event surpassed our expectations and enables us to help more youth and families in Southern Arizona."

The community turned out for the golf tournament and gala event at Loews Ventana Canyon, including many local officials and dignitaries.  

"We want to thank our generous sponsors and loyal participants who have made this event possible," Thompson added.

Eric Rhodes, community relations director of Big Brother Big Sisters of Tucson, and one of the benefiting charities of this year’s event, thanked 911 Collision Centers: "This golf tournament and dinner is one of the premiere charity events in Tucson. We’re proud to be a recipient and are grateful to 911 Collision Centers for raising funds in these difficult times. The work they have done provides critical funding to help us continue in our mission to help youth in our community."


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