The inaugural golf tournament, sponsored by Pro Spot distributor Innovative Solutions and Technology, benefited the Collision Repair Education Foundation.
The event, which teed off July 25th and featured a sold-out lineup of 140 golfers from across the community, raised funds for Angels on Assignment, which provides assistance to children and families facing serious illness.
The event, which pays tribute to former board member and influential association member Lou Scoras, also raises money for a scholarship in his name, helping to engage and inspire the next generation of automotive technicians.
The contributions were made possible through a record amount of donations and sponsorships collected at Service King’s annual Dallas-Fort Worth Golf Event in October.
14-year-old Dylan Lovell has a rare disease known as Moebius Syndrome Plus, a condition involving the cranial nerves that causes facial paralysis and poor lateral eye movement.
Seattle Seahawks All-Pro cornerback Marcus Trufant helps to raise record Seattle Children’s Hospital donation for the event.