ATSSA TORONTO ORGANIZES ANNUAL CHARITY & FUN NIGHT
The Toronto Chapter of the Automotive Transportation Service Superintendents Association (ATSSA) held its Annual Christmas Charity & Fun Night on December 13th at the Red Rose Convention Centre in Mississauga.
The evening was made possible by the gracious support and sponsorship received from Abrams Towing, ULT Powertrain, Classic Towing, Premier Truck Group, Fort Garry Industries, Road Today, Tallman Group, Evans Waterless Coolant, Texis Truck Exhaust, Solarteck Auto Glass, Mid-west Truck & Trailer Services, Transit Spring Service, Quality Collision Centre, Just-rite Truck Service, Hendrickson Industries, Superior Truck & Trailer Repair, Cooksville Tire, Pro Force Marketing, Bolton Alignment, Automann Heavy Duty Canada, G & D Truck Repair, Meritor Aftermarket, C&R Transmission, DPF Cleaning Specialists, Prestone Antifreeze, Haldex, Red Rose Convention Centre, Peel Regional Police, Seva Food Bank, Salvation Army, Nobleton Golf Club amongst others.
Generous contributions were made by ATSSA membership as they raised cash and nearly 200 toys towards the ‘Toys for Tots’ campaign of the Peel Regional Police and Salvation Army. Over 700 lbs of non-perishable food was also collected for the Seva Food Bank serving in Mississauga.
Mark Bennett entertained the gathering with some hearty laughs as well.
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