Fix Network Golf Tournament Raises $7680

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Fix Network Hosted its 2022 Charity Golf Tournament at Greystone Golf Club on June 14.
Weather conditions were just about perfect out on the 18-hole course.
John Koklis, NAPA C-MAX (left) and Todd Marshall of Axalta Coating Systems man their booths out on the course.
Chase Leszkowicz, Mike Ferreira, Sevag Haneshian and Steve Sinarcuk.
Syed Usman, Rhonda Cochrane, Matthew Cimicata and Patrick Smart.
Marrissa Beattie and Wendi MacKay at the Fix Network, ProColor stand offered raffle tickets.
Johnny D’Ambrosio, Joe DiMaggio, Mike Limoncelli, Giancarlo Marcella.
Dan Westlake and Steve Song represented Wurth during the tournament.
George O’Sullivan, Marc Reynolds, Jason Yurchak and Patrick Hope.
Kent Automotive was represented by Glory Garisto (left) and Courtney McGlashan.
Kell McClymont, Tim Schlick, Ken Jimmo and Bryce Davies.
Hermann Delisle, Keith Tuttosi, Jonathan Ainley, Doug Roberts.
Frank Como, Dave Banwell, Michel Caron, Daryll O’Keefe.
Tony Viera, Walter Lovell, Ryan Beattie, Andrew Tabone.
Darren Blythe, Jon Tanner, Todd Roberts, Helen Walker.
Becky Evans and Hallie Kerr from Mitchell had some amazing popcorn on hand.
Jordan Szobcak Sam Conradi, Sean Bennett, Jal Brahmbhatt from LKQ fielded questions during the tournament.
Templeton Marsh's Jean-Luc Rousseau (left) and Autosphere's Isabelle Courteau (far right) teamed up with Mike Gommerman, Heath Lalond from Safeguard Marketing Solutions for a day out on the course.
Fix Network Regional Vice President Daryll O’Keefe (centre) and Marketing Special Projects Manager Jamie Neumann-Rodrigues, present a cheque for $7680 to Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada.
Photos Huw Evans

On June 14, Fix Network Canada hosted its 2022 Charity Golf Tournament.

Taking place at Greystone Golf Club at 9689 Dublin Line in Milton, Ont., the event proved a sellout success, attracting more than 150 participants–a record for the event.

With a shotgun start at 8.00 am, teams took to the picturesque course and the weather could not have been better, with cloudless skies, a gentle breeze and relatively low humidity. Sponsors and vendors were dotted around the course, providing players with the opportunity to talk business and learn about products and services available to their organizations and networks.

A total of 18 holes were available for play and following the time out of the course, attendees were treated to a delicious barbeque and refreshments. With the scores tallied, the foursome of Johnny D’Ambrosio, Joe DiMaggio, Mike Limoncelli, Giancarlo Marcella were declared the winning team.

As Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada is major partner with Fix Network, proceeds from the tournament raised supported the organization that helps keep families close. At the tournament, a total of $7,680 was raised.

Congratulations to all who took part and organized this amazing event! Autosphere was there and brings you highlights from what was, a superb tournament and fine kick off to the auto industry’s charity golf tournament season.


Categories : Collision, Commercial
Tags : Event, Fix Network


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