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Good People, Good News – YANG Launches AACF Fundraiser

YANG has launched the #YANGgive19 challenge on social media.


Amy Antenora has served as editor of aftermarketNews since 2002 and has worked in the field of journalism for two decades. A graduate of Kent State University, Amy also earned her AAP designation from Northwood University's University of the Aftermarket in 2009.

This week we continue our series focused on the “Good People, Good News” that rises to the surface during this challenging time across the globe. Today we shine the spotlight on the Young Auto Care Network (YANG), and its members and mentor members who have joined hands to support aftermarket friends and family in crisis.

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YANG has launched the #YANGgive19 challenge on social media. This challenge is for anyone working in the automotive aftermarket who is financially able to give $19 to the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) during the Covid-19 pandemic. AACF specifically supports automotive aftermarket employees and families who are going through financial difficulties.

To donate, visit:

Please use the #oursharedstory hashtag on social media to help spread the word on the many creative and inspiring ways this industry is keeping connected during this challenging time. 

Know some “Good People” we should highlight right now? Let us know – email AMN Editor Amy Antenora at [email protected].




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