Reay’s raises a Million

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Reay’s Ranch Investors, owners of Super Stop and Minit Market convenience stores in Southern Arizona, held its 6th annual golf tournament in Tubac in April and raised more than $66,000. In six short years their golf tournaments have raised more than $324,000 for Arizona’s Children Association (AzCA).

Since their fundraising efforts began in 2007, Reay’s Ranch Investors has raised more than $1.05 million dollars for AzCA.

“With the awesome support of our customers, vendors and employees we’re thrilled that AzCA can continue their mission of Protecting Children, Empowering Youth and Strengthening Families throughout Arizona,” said Richard Couch, C.O.O of R.R.I

Arizona’s Children Association was founded in 1912, as Arizona Children’s Home Association, to care for homeless, neglected and dependent children. For more than 100 years the agency has provided services to more than 42,000 children & families in all 15 Arizona counties each year. For more information about AzCA, visit their website at www.arizonaschildren.org.

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