Friday, 30 November 2007 09:00

911 Collision Charity Golf Tourney for Tucson Kids

The annual 911 Collision Centers Charity Invitational Golf Tournament raised over $44,500 for local children, stated golf committee chair Jordan Schacht, director of marketing for 911 Collision Centers and former board chair of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson. “Once again we bettered ourselves and can help more youth in Southern Arizona. We want to thank our generous sponsors and loyal participants who have made this event possible.


“Making effective mentoring programs available for our youth will pay big dividends not only for these kids but for our society as a whole,” continued Schacht. “Serving our community is a large part of 911 Collision Centers’ mission.”

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PGA Champions tour professional Don Pooley was on hand yet again to help in the fundraising. Pooley, a Tucson resident, commented: “This outing is one of the premiere charity golf outings in Tucson. I’m proud to be a part of it and I’m committed to helping again next year.”


Over 144 players attended the event that was held at the Tucson Omni National Golf Resort. Each year the event takes place the Friday of Veterans Day weekend. “We get to honor our military personnel, have some great fun, and help out our kids. It doesn’t get much better than that,” added Schacht. “Everyone on the committee worked so hard to pull this great event together.”