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On behalf of the Asian Business Association (ABA), we would like to invite you to volunteer at our 23rd Annual C.K. Tseng Golf Tournament. The event will be on Thursday, April 22, 2021, at the Strawberry Farms Golf Club in Irvine, CA.
This friendly competition will be a match-making opportunity between corporations and Minority Business Enterprises. Golfers will have an opportunity to win prizes from contests such as Putting, Closest to the Pin, and Longest Drive. An awards dinner, silent auction and raffle will follow the tournament.
We are writing to ask for your support in volunteering for the event. Your job will include: registration, help put together giveaway bags, help prep the banquet/dinner room, help with the set up of raffle prizes and silent auction.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 GUIDELINES: The event will take place outdoors, with everyone to adhere to the business guidelines, physical distancing, and comply to wearing a face mask.
Proceeds from this fundraiser will help support ABA’s efforts to provide educational and business training programs for the Asian business community. The Tournament also offers an excellent opportunity to market and network with members while showing support for minority businesses. We anticipate hosting over 120 golfers that will be participating. Please visit www.abala.org for additional information.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Asian Business Association
120 S. San Pedro St., Suite 523, Los Angeles, CA 90012, US
The Asian Business Association represents Asian American business owners, and creates business opportunities for its members and their diverse communities.
Goals and Objectives To present the views of Asian American business owners to local, state and federal government officials in order to promote and improve the climate for small business. To provide training and education that will improve each member’s business success. To provide a receptive atmosphere of encouragement for members to do business among each other; to exchange information affecting ABA members and their businesses. To educate our members about the effect of proposed and existing government policy on small business; and alert them to programs that assist small business owners. To bring divergent groups of Asian Americans together on issues affecting small business.