ASB Raises $23,000 through charity events at National Sales Conference

American Solutions for Business hosted two charity efforts at their National Sales Conference, raising a total of $23,000. The first charity effort was the American Memorial Walk honoring late ASB Sales Associate, Frank Quinlan. This all-abilities walk happened the morning of Sunday, February 5th, and all registration fees and donations were presented to St. Christopher’s Hospital, a hospital that was personally connected to Frank and his family.

“My family and I are honored, humbled, and extremely grateful that Larry and the American family chose to memorialize our father by supporting a charity that was near and dear to his heart,” expressed Frank’s son, Keith Quinlan.

Founder & CEO of American, Larry Zavadil, Founder & CEO of American Diversity, Diane Zavadil, pictured with Frank’s children and grandchildren.

Frank was a sales associate with American for 13 years and was inducted into ASB’s Hall of Fame during last year’s conference. The event raised $8,000 through registration and donations.

In the weeks leading up to the National Sales Conference, attendees and non-attendees alike had the opportunity to donate to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Donators were able to purchase as many $30 vinal record floor decals as they wanted, which were then displayed in the event space throughout the weekend. A check for $15,000 was presented during the last day of the conference.

“The memorial walks are not just a great way to raise money for charity, but also to remind us how meaningful our time together is,” expressed Justin Zavadil, President of ASB. “Both charities were chosen for the impact they have on millions of lives. We’re grateful to be a small part of that.”

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