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.
Two charity golf tournaments contribute to Safe Place of Austin and The Arbor School of Houston benefitting students with developmental disabilities and people affected by sexual and domestic violence.
The $60,000 raised by the golf tournament will go toward a $4 million fundraising goal for the 2016 Côtes du Coeur event series, a fundraising campaign held annually in Dallas to benefit the American Heart Association.
The event is being held to give collision repairers in the southwest an opportunity to network with peers while supporting NABC’s image-enhancing community initiatives.
The event will be held Jan. 13, 2016, in Palm Springs, Calif., and supports NABC’s community initiatives such as Recycled Rides, First Responder Emergency Extrication (FREE) and the Distracted Driving Initiative.
Military members and Gold Star Dads honored during the patriotic event.
The playing fee is $100 per person and includes meals, drinks and a chance at winning over $1,000 worth of door prizes.
Knights of Columbus’ annual Father Frank Anksorus golf outing raises more than $6,200.
Approximately $725 was raised to support the association’s Political Action Committee (PAC), which provides access and resources to legislators who support the automotive service industry and advocate its positions.