AACF Announces New Tournament Venue For Annual Benefit
Sacramento, CA, June 29, 2018 - Scheduled Monday October 29, the 2018 AACF Bob Schoeberl Memorial Golf Tournament will be hosted by a new venue this year - the legendary Spanish Trail Country Club of Las Vegas. The stunning Spanish Trail Country Club has recently undergone a $15 million renovation, boasting a beautiful and challenging 27-hole championship golf course - the former home of the Las Vegas Open.
Tournament participants will enjoy the incredible PGA-level courses Spanish Trail has to offer along with exceptional food and refreshments. This year’s raffle includes tournament favorites, like a set of golf clubs, sets of four tires, generous gift cards, as well as prestigious giveaways like a week’s vacation for two to Cabo San Lucas.
“AACF is amazing charity, and we love the golf tournament because it’s a great way to support AACF while having a lot of fun with other industry members for a day in the sun before we kick off AAPEX and SEMA Show week,” said Tyler Reeves of Interstate Batteries. “It’s extremely enjoyable for our team, customers and friends.”
Early registration is now open for the coveted AACF Foursome - spots sell out each year, so visit http://bit.ly/AACF-Vegas-Golf to secure your spots today.
“We enjoy socializing, great food and beverages, raffles and door prizes, course competitions and networking,” said Anne Johnson of Truck Accessories Group. “We would strongly encourage other automotive companies to support AACF by joining us during SEMA Show and AAPEX week for a great day of golf.”
Contact Joel Ayres for more information at 916-628-0271, or email to email@example.com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter with hashtags #AACFVegasGolf and #GolfingAndGiving.
About the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF)
The Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) has been helping aftermarket families turn tragedy into triumph since 1959. Like the industry, AACF is driven by passion and devoted to family. It’s tough to ask for help, but when someone in the aftermarket family faces profound circumstances, AACF is there to help put the tough times in the rearview mirror. As a nonprofit, AACF accomplishes its mission through the support of generous donors, awareness partners and dedicated volunteers. To learn more, visit AftermarketCharity.org. To donate, visit http://bit.ly/AACF-Cares. To apply for help, visit http://bit.ly/AACF-get-help.