IRON DOG RAFFLE NETS $34,000 FOR ARMED SERVICES CHARITY
Iron Dog Raffle Benefits Armed Services YMCA of Alaska.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 7, 2013
Contact: Kevin Kastner, Iron Dog, 907-563-4414, firstname.lastname@example.org
Armed Services YMCA of Alaska (ASYMCA) will receive $34,000 from the proceeds raised by the 2013 Iron Dog Raffle. Kendall Toyota of Alaska is the presenting raffle sponsor and premier sponsor of the Iron Dog. Kendall Toyota will present the donation to ASYMCA and the new Toyota Tundra to the raffle winner, Betty Hoffman of Valdez, Alaska during a ceremony held in their new Anchorage showroom at 2:00 P.M. AST on Friday, March 8, 2012.
“With the amazing support from Kendall Toyota, Alaska Power Sports, USTravel and five other great sponsors we are excited to be a part of supporting Alaska’s members of the armed services through a great charity partner.”, said Iron Dog Executive Director, Kevin Kastner. “This partnership has been a great success story. Most of all, we are humbled by the support of the sponsors and every person who purchased tickets. We are truly grateful.”
“Kendall was founded on the principal of doing the right thing. This means in business and for our great community. It’s an honor to be in such great company in support of Iron Dog and we are thrilled to be able to present this substantial donation to the Armed Services YMCA,” Mike Morris, General Manager, Kendall Toyota.
Mari Jo Imig, Executive Director at Armed Services YMCA of Alaska said, “Thank you to the Iron Dog Organization and all the sponsors for this incredible partnership opportunity. The monies received will greatly help with our mission of “Making Military Life Easier”.”
ABOUT ARMED SERVICES YMCA OF ALASKA
The Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA), a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, is a national member association of the YMCA of the USA and works with the Department of Defense. The Armed Services YMCA of Alaska operates 5 locations at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson and 3 locations at Fort Wainwright offering more than 30 critical programs and services.