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News   September 3, 2019   by Allan Janssen

Sunday Monks adds another $2,000 donation to High Five for Kids

Ken Coulter, president of Specialty Sales & Marketing, calls out golfing winners at the 20th running of the Monk’s Golf Tournament at the Northview Golf and Country Club in Surrey, B.C. The aftermarket tournament supports the High Five for Kids charity.

This year’s Sunday Monks golf tournament, held Aug. 11 at the Northview Golf and Country Club in Surrey, B.C., raised $2,000 for the High Five for Kids Foundation.

Sunday Monks is an annual tradition, held the day before the Lordco golf tournament in Vancouver. This year was the 20th edition, with generous sponsorship from

  • AIA Canada
  • Automotive Aftermarket e-Learning Centre
  • Brake Parts Inc.
  • Canadian Energy
  • Carpak Distributors
  • Dayco Canada Ltd.
  • Distribution Solutions Ltd.
  • DRiV Inc.
  • Gates Canada
  • Grote
  • KYB Shocks and Struts
  • Newcom Media
  • NGK Spark Plugs
  • Promax
  • Sherwin Williams/Dupli-Color
  • SKF Bearings & Seals
  • Specialty Sales & Marketing
  • Spectrum Brands (Energizer Holdings)
  • Standard Motor Products
  • Worldpac

The tournament has now exceeded $43,000 in total contributions to High Five for Kids, the aftermarket charity that helps kids in need.

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