The event brought together over 100 channel partners, customers and industry leaders for a day of golf and goodwill.
The funds raised will be directed toward AACF’s mission of providing resources to aftermarket families facing hardships.
By donating to the AACF, participants can select a golf pro to tee off for them at two designated long driver holes.
Over 120 participants raised money for the Automotive Industries Association High Fives for Kids Foundation.
Parts Warehouse in Little Rock hosted 225 guests at its 38th annual two-day golf tournament.
More than 100 players received tips from PGA’s Erik Compton during the event.
The industry fundraiser took place in August and September at eight Top Golf locations across the country.
Proceeds from the fundraiser were donated to Tori’s Angels, a foundation helping children with life-threatening medical challenges.
Held in July in Pittsburgh, the event sold out to capacity with 146 sponsors and industry supporters.
The event culminated with a $6,000 pledge to First Tee Miami.
The event supports CREF in its mission to provide support for collision repair programs at high schools, colleges and technical schools across North America.