Record participation for Fix Network’s annual charity golf tournament

Aftermarket leader raises more than $7,600 for RMHC.

MILTON, ON – June 21, 2022 – Fix Network had a record-breaking turnout at its 13th annual golf tournament that supports Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada (RMHC).

More than 150 golfers representing franchise strategic partners of Fix Auto, Speedy Auto Service, NOVUS Glass, ProColor Collision; industry suppliers and partners; and Fix Network Canada staff, played the Greystone Golf Club course in Milton recently.  The event raised more than $7,600 for RMHC.

Daryll O’Keefe, Regional Vice-President – Ontario, Fix Network, described the event as a celebration of sportsmanship and community involvement. “The Fix Network charity golf tournament is an important event whose mission goes beyond the golf course,” he said. “Our partners and franchisees always look forward to opportunities where they can network, indulge in a friendly tee-off and raise much-needed funds for the community.”

“We are thrilled to welcome golfers back to this incredible tournament and deeply grateful for the continued and steadfast support from Fix Network Canada,” Leslie Hederson, Head of National Partnerships, RMHC Canada, said. “Together with their partners and franchisees, they have enabled RMHC across Canada to provide a remarkable 1,295+ nights of accommodation for families since 2016. Thank you, Fix Network, for joining us in our shared vision of a Canada where all families stay close to their sick child while they are treated at a nearby hospital.”

Golfers also had an opportunity to donate for a chance at Hole 10 to shoot an air cannon, sponsored by Ontario Spray Booth, as well as purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win TFC tickets, sponsored by Fix Network, and an e-bike, sponsored by NAPA CMAX and Axalta.

Prizes from the tournament were announced during a BBQ lunch to close out the day.

Winners included:

  • Winning foursome (with a total score of 61 – 11 under par): Johnny D’Ambrosio, Michael Limoncelli, 93.7 Rooster Radio & Giancarlo Marcella
  • Hole 1 – Ladies closest to the line, sponsored by NAPA CMAX and Axalta: Lindsey Bleach
  • Hole 4 – Men’s longest drive, sponsored by Kent Automotive: John Searle
  • Hole 9 – Ladies longest drive, sponsored by Uniselect: Helen Walker
  • Hole 18 –TFC tickets raffle, sponsored by Fix Network: Gabriel Chiappetta

ABOUT PROCOLOR COLLISION

ProColor Collision joined Fix Network, a global leader in the automotive aftermarket services sector, in 2019. Its mission is to be the collision repair leader in Canada by offering an outstanding customer experience across its vast network of state-of-the-art facilities. ProColor was launched in 2001 with the goal to offer quality repairs, meticulous customer service and a relationship of trust with insurance companies. With 175 locations in Canada and growing, ProColor Collision is a top contender for collision repair network of choice.

MEDIA CONTACT

Ed D’Mello
Manager, Communications and Public Relations
Fix Network World
[email protected]

Fix Network’s annual charity golf tournament
Fix Network’s annual charity golf tournament
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