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Regional Association Event Announcements: August 2018

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Please see below for upcoming regional automotive association events.

AASP-MN To Host Night of BBQ and Horse Racing Fun


On the evening of August 22, AASP-MN will host a fun evening of BBQ food and horse racing at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, MN. Attendees will enjoy a delicious BBQ featuring burgers, brats, grilled chicken, calico beans, coleslaw, chips and dip, fresh fruit, cookies, ice water and lemonade. Tickets are available for $38. For more information, visit aaspmn.org.


NCACAR’s 3rd Quarter Meeting


The North Carolina Association of Collision and Autobody Repair (NCACAR) will hold its third quarter meeting on August 16 at the CPCC in Fayetteville. The evening’s featured speakers will include Mike Cassata and Doug Irish. For more information, visit ncacar.com.


AASPI Golf Outing 


On August 2, AASPI will host its 2018 Golf Outing at Old Orchard Country Club in Mt. Prospect, IL. The annual event usually attracts more than 100 attendees for a day of food, fun and golf. Proceeds from the event benefit the association’s legislative initiatives with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Misericordia Heart of Mercy.

 

Registration for the 18-hole four-person scramble costs $140 per golfer and is available at aaspi.org.


ASA Northwest To Host Annual Golf Tournament, Family Fun Night


August will be a busy month for ASA Northwest. The association will host its Annual Golf Tournament on August 8 at the Eagles Pride Golf Course in Dupont, WA. A variety of contests will be held and prizes will be awarded. Proceeds from the event will benefit the ITEC Education Scholarship Fund.

 

On August 23, ASA Northwest will host its Family Fun Night at Cheney Stadium. It will feature an all-you-can-eat BBQ buffet during the game between the Tacoma Rainiers and the Reno Aces. For more information on these and other association events, visit asanorthwest.com.

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