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News   September 7, 2018   by Adam Malik

AIA Ontario golf day raises more money for High Fives

The 2018 AIA Ontario Division Golf Tournament raised $15,000 for High Fives for Kids. From left, Joe Mercanti of Worldpac and AIA Ontario Division chairman, and Andy Murphy of Bestbuy Distributors hold the cheque.

High Fives for Kids was the big winner of the day at the Ontario division of the Automotive Industries Association of Canada’s annual golf tournament.

Another $15,000 was raised for the foundation, thanks to 136 golfers who came out for the day at Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Georgetown, just northwest of Toronto. Another $1,000 was donated to High Fives thanks to Ramzi Yako of Promax, who gave his 50/50 winnings back to the foundation.

The event also saw 61 companies sponsor holes at the event – the most the tournament has ever seen.

High Fives is AIA Canada’s charitable foundation that raises money to support charities through grants and scholarships that benefit children and youth.

2018 AIA Ontario Division Golf Tournament

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