SEMA's eight councils and two committees are set to tee off on the greens of the Strawberry Farms Golf Club as part of Council Cup - Cash for Kids, a friendly game of golf to benefit children's charities. All groups will compete in teams of four. The teams are:
Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO)
Ernie Silvers, Egge Machine Co. Inc.
Jim Barber, Classic Automotive Restoration
Dave Mihalko Jr., Restoration Specialties
Alex Tainsh, SoffSeal Inc.
Light-Truck Accessory Alliance (TORA)
Anne Johnson, California Truck Works
Professional Restylers Organization (PRO)
Larry Riggle, Webasto Product North America
Kerry Howton, Arizona Sun Tops
Bob West, Westin Automotive Products
John LaBare, Westin Automotive Products
Young Executives Network (YEN)
Luanne Brown, eTool Developers LLC
S. Kellie Colf, Eaton Detroit Springs
Tammy Holland, Competition Cams Inc.
Don Colf, Eaton Detroit Springs
American Technologies and Cap World Team
If you want to tee up to help Childhelp and Victory Junction Gang Camp's charitable activities, you can form your own team. If you've already formed a team, please send us the details. For information on the SEMA Charity Golf Tournament, contact Arlene Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909/396-0289 ext. 110. Even if you don't play, it's easy to support your favorite council by making a charitable pledge online. Click here to pledge anywhere from $10–$100 or the amount of your choice.
The Council Cup is just one event representing SEMA's charitable efforts to benefit two worthwhile organizations that have become favorites of SEMA-member companies—Childhelp and the Victory Junction Gang Camp.
This year, the association included charitable fundraising activities in conjunction with its traditional SEMA Installation Banquet to form the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser. Proceeds from the gala event will be contributed to two organizations. For information on the event and activities, visit www.sema.org/gala.