YANG Raises Funds for AACF

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Sept. 22, 2022—The Young Auto Care Network Group hosted its second annual Top Golf industry fundraiser to support the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation. 

According to a press release, the event took place in August and September across eight Top Golf locations in the country. These locations included: Atlanta, Georgia; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colorado; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Long Island, New York; Omaha, Nebraska; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In total, the eight locations garnered 167 attendees, and each attendee donated a minimum of $22 toward the AACF charity fund. 

Overall, $8,921 was raised for AACF. AACF aims to support automotive aftermarket members and their families who are faced with a catastrophic illness or terrible accident and have exhausted their resources. 

YANG is an Auto Care Association under-40 community. 

“We are proud of the young professionals of our industry coming together in support of those in need,” said Cotter Collins, chair, YANG via the press release. “This is what the YANG community is all about: getting involved and finding opportunities to better the industry. YANG members give me confidence that the aftermarket’s future is in great hands, as evidenced by the initiative and generosity we see from them year after year.”

Event sponsors included: Akebono Brake Experts, Arnold Motor Supply, Dorman, East Penn, Global Parts Distributors, Inc., Lisle Corporation, Parts Authority, Shop Squad and XL Parts.

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