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Monday, 23 September 2019 20:43

MN I-CAR Committee and SkillsUSA MN Host 2019 Golf Tournament

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The 2019 golf tournament raised approximately $10,000 which will benefit local collision repair students. The 2019 golf tournament raised approximately $10,000 which will benefit local collision repair students. Minnesota I-CAR Committee

On Sept.11, the Minnesota I-CAR Committee collaborated with SkillsUSA MN to host its annual golf tournament at the Oak Glen Golf Club in Stillwater, MN, which benefits local technical schools’ collision repair training programs.

According to tournament coordinator Jamison Randall, “The tournament brings together the best in the auto body industry, including the leading auto collision repair facilities, parts vendors, automotive paint suppliers, local dealerships, towing companies, auto body equipment vendors, and insurance partners. Proceeds go towards technical schools and students for scholarships and grants to continue the successful growth of the auto body industry.”

 

Registration for the four-person scramble included dinner and an awards ceremony after the day of golf. The 2019 tournament winners was the team from Waconia 1 Collision, but many other prizes were awarded after dinner which was donated by event sponsors, including Caliber Collision, ABRA, Morrie’s Auto Body and Glass, Keystone/LKQ, and AAA Auto Parts, among many others.

 

“We couldn’t do it without our sponsors!” Randall said. “We are so grateful that we were able to raise about $10,000 that will go towards scholarships and grants to help future auto body employees receive the necessary education to provide safe and quality repairs for consumers.”  

 

For information, visit icargolf.com.

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