AGS Mobi Site Donation Helps KOA Care Camps
When the Kampground Owners Association (KOA) of Texas invited the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) to attend their spring meeting, they got more than a briefing on TACO’s marketing and government affairs services and other member benefits for campgrounds.
TACO executive director and CEO Brian Schaeffer also presented the group with a donation of a free mobi site from AGS. The donation was auctioned off with proceeds donated to KOA Care Camps, the non-profit charity that provides camping trips for children who have been diagnosed with cancer, according to a news release.
Schaeffer provided the donation on behalf of his company, Crowley-based AGS, which provides guest guides and web services for more than 600 campgrounds RV parks and resorts across the U.S. and Canada.
“It was a nice thing to do and we appreciate it,” said Marshal Gray, who serves as owner of San Angelo KOA and president of the Texas KOA Owners Association, which had its spring meeting at the San Antonio KOA on April 16.
A non-profit charity of the KOA owners association, KOA Care Camps provide funding that enables children with cancer to visit camps that are specially designed to accommodate children with cancer – www.koacarecamps.org.
Schaeffer said the mobi website donation was in addition to the quarterly check just issued to KOA Care Camps. It is one of several charities AGS is supporting through company receipts. Other charities receiving support from AGS include The Doris Day Animal League; Rancho Mirage, Calif.-based IMAHelps; St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital; and the Wounded Warrior Project.
For more information about AGS, visit the company’s website at www.agspub.com.