Crash It Golf Tourney raises $10K for ALS Society of Alberta
Story by MAX REID
The signs may have said Crash It, but this year’s charity golf tournament for the Alberta collision repair community couldn’t have gone smoother. This year, organizers pulled in more than $10,000 for the ALS Society of Alberta.
In a congregation of all the names in the Alberta auto world, the 2021 Crash It Golf Tournament saw the support of Lordco Parts, CSN, PPG Canada, AAA Towing, Color Compass and BASF, through both their attendance and their sponsorship of the event. In total the tournament hosted 144 golfers and 160 dinner guests.
Following the tournament, all eyes turned to Crash it committee member and operations manager for CSN Image Auto Body, Brady Chattington, who spoke to the importance of ALS research to him and his family and told the story of his father who was diagnosed with the disease last year.
In a moment of true serendipity, the winner of the night’s 50/50 draw ended up being Chattington’s cousin and co-worker at CSN Image Auto Body, Brandon Fox. Fox promptly donated his winnings back to the ALS Society of Alberta.