American Showa, Royal Z partner for Cancer Society


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Members of the ASI Blanchester Wellness Committee, Brenda Cox, Eddie Hunter, Jillian Jacobs, Mark Martinez, Shelly Philbin, James Quigley and Sande Waits, planned the event.


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American Showa’s Sr. Staff Engineer, Yuichiro Watanabe, celebrates bowling several strikes.


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WILMINGTON — Royal Z Lanes in Wilmington donated all 18 bowling lanes at a discounted rate for the American Showa (ASI) Bowling Tournament on Friday, May 6. The ASI Bowling Tournament was created in an effort to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.

More than 70 associates and dependents participated in the bowling event, with all proceeds to be sent to the American Cancer Society. To date, $775 has been raised.

American Showa is an industry-leading supplier of automotive and motorcycle parts headquartered in Sunbury, Ohio. Their 1,000+ employees are located at manufacturing facilities in Blanchester and in Sunbury with R&D facilities in California and Wisconsin.

American Showa was recently awarded the 2015 & 2016 Healthiest Employers Award for their commitment to creating a healthy work place, thereby improving the health of their community.

In addition to providing bowling lanes to support a great cause, Royal Z Lanes also raffled prizes throughout the evening for participants to win.

Members of the ASI Blanchester Wellness Committee, Brenda Cox, Eddie Hunter, Jillian Jacobs, Mark Martinez, Shelly Philbin, James Quigley and Sande Waits, planned the event.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_blan-wellness.jpgMembers of the ASI Blanchester Wellness Committee, Brenda Cox, Eddie Hunter, Jillian Jacobs, Mark Martinez, Shelly Philbin, James Quigley and Sande Waits, planned the event. Courtesy photo

American Showa’s Sr. Staff Engineer, Yuichiro Watanabe, celebrates bowling several strikes.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_showa.jpgAmerican Showa’s Sr. Staff Engineer, Yuichiro Watanabe, celebrates bowling several strikes. Courtesy photo

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