American Traffic Safety Services Foundation hosting ATSS Foundation Sporting Clays Tournament fundraiser Feb. 22
Tina Grady Barbaccia | August 2, 2012
In addition to the American Traffic Safety Services (ATSS) Foundation’s traditional Annual Golf Classic Tournament that takes place during ATSSA’s Annual Convention and Traffic Expo, the inaugural “ATSS Foundation Sporting Clays Tournament” will also debut on Feb. 22, 2013, at the Lemon Grove Rod and Gun Club, Alpine, Calif.
The ATSS Foundation will join forces with Impact Recovery Systems, Inc. (San Antonio, Texas) to host this latest fundraising event that is geared towards both the new and the seasoned shooter.
“The new event offers participants and sponsors alternative fundraising or sponsorship opportunities versus those available during the traditional golf tournament,” said ATSS Foundation President Sue Reiss. “Most importantly, we will be raising funds that directly assist those children who have lost a loved one in a work zone accident.”
All proceeds from both the golf tournament and the new shooting tournament go directly to programs that not only help educate the public about roadway safety, but most importantly, provide financial assistance through academic scholarships to young students who have lost a loved one in a roadway work zone.
In addition to existing golf tournament sponsorship opportunities, sponsors are sought for the new shooting tournament. Several sponsorships are still available, all at reasonable prices. Currently available are lunch sponsorship ($1,500), bus transportation sponsorship ($1,000), and shooting station sponsorships (10 available at $150 each).
Sponsors will be acknowledged during both events with on-site signage and banners, depending upon sponsorship level.
Registration materials for both events will be available on the events page of atssa.com in early fall as well as in the Traffic Expo Magazine that will be mailed to all ATSSA members in early October. If you are interested in learning more immediately, please call Melanie McKee at 540-368-1701, ext. 112, or by e-mail at Melanie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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