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Restonic, Sauder Woodworking Co., Added as Sponsors for Ante4Autism

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Bob Sherman, CEO of Visionary Sleep, the largest Licensee of Restonic

Ante4Autism, the charitable poker tournament benefiting various Autism charities, recently announced that Bob Sherman and Ron Passagalia at Restonic have uped the ante to $5,000 to become a $5,000 Diamond sponsor this year. Restonic has been very supportive of the event. In addition, Sauder Woodworking Co. has jumped in to sponsor, becoming a $5,000 Diamond sponsor as well. “We want to thank Bob Sherman, Ron Passaglia and Jim Grant, National Sales Manager at Sauder, for their tremendous support of our event, to be held Saturday, 1/27 at the Golden Nugget”, stated Founder, Doug Krinsky, Co-Host of the 10th Ante4autism tournament.

Ante4autism has picked up several other sponsors over the last 3 weeks. At the $1,000 Gold sponsor level: Shari & Kevin Wagner, and Custom Fundraising Solutions, as well as Larry McKay and Maxime Knitting at the $500 Silver level. All have been past sponsors and great supporters of their cause. Sponsorships and donations can be made by contacting founder, Doug Krinsky at Ante4autism@aol.com, or 614-554-0802 or at Ante4autism.com. Joining presenting $15,000 sponsor Leggett & Platt as sponsors are: Symbol Mattress - $10,000 Final Table sponsor, Ashley Furniture and the Furniture First national buying group as $10,000 Double Diamond sponsors, Restonic, Sauder Woodworking Co., Karl & Cathi Glassman, Protect-A-Bed, Eclipse International & Eastman House as $5,000 Diamond sponsors, Shari & Kevin Wagner, Joe Matejka Jr., Big Sandy Superstores and BoxDrop Mattress & Furniture Direct as $1,000 Gold sponsors, Larry McKay and Maxime Knitting as $500 Silver sponsors and Englander, Great American and Kevin Toman as $250 Bronze sponsors.

The 10th Annual Ante4autism event presented by Leggett & Platt Inc. will once again donate all net proceeds from the event to 5 Autism related charities. The charities this year are: The Paula and Anthony Rich Center for Autism at Youngstown State University, Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities at the Touro University Nevada, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus - Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Autism Speaks, and the National Autism Association – Southeast Ohio Chapter (NAASEO). Information on all 5 charities can be found on our web site: Ante4autism.com.

In the past, celebrities such as Jacqueline Laurita (Housewives of New Jersey), Jose Canseco, Nicholas Gonzalez (The Good Doctor), Randy Couture, Jennifer Harmon, Jennifer Tilly as well as many others stop by and play. “We expect plenty of celebrities again this year,” stated Co-Host Jerry Williams. In addition, there will be great entertainment items, jewelry and sports paraphernalia at the silent auction and live auction to buy the evening of the event.

Co-Hosts for the event: Karina Jett, Professional Poker Player: Allen Parvizian, APAR Management, LLC: Myra Stone, Independent Representative: Randy Coconis, Coconis Furniture; Stuart Carlitz, Eclipse International & Eastman House; Phil Miner & Mike McQuiston, Symbol Mattress; Jerry Williams, BoxDrop Mattress & Furniture; Anthony Mehran, Huffman Koos Furniture; Joseph Amato, Rock N Roll City Mattress and Doug Krinsky, Brooklyn Bedding.


Autism spectrum disorders are diagnosed in 1 in 68 children in the United States, and 1 in 42 boys. It is important we continue to help all the families impacted by Autism in any way.

 


More about Ante4Autism: Autism spectrum disorders are diagnosed now in 1 in 68 children in the United States, and 1 in 42 boys. It is very important we continue to help all the families impacted by Autism in any way we can. We hope to see everyone at theThe 10th Annual Ante4autism poker tournament, Saturday, January, 27th, 2018.

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