The 2017 AAIB Celebrity Golf Invitational was a great success! Thanks to all of our attendees and sponsors who helped make this another fabulous event.
A wonderful time was had by all, and we were joined by the Spinks brothers, Michael and Leon, both former heavyweight champions of the world, along with other boxing greats like Iran "The Blade" Barkley, Gerry Cooney, "Poison" Junior Jones, Angel "El Diablo" Manfredy, Tracy Harris Patterson, former Miss America Suzette Charles, NY Yankee Ron Blomberg, and actor Gianni Russo. See photos from the event.
Once again, thank you to everyone for coming out and to the beautiful Ridgewood Country Club and their staff.
The AAIB is leading the way for inner city boxers to obtain continued education through its rigorous scholarship program. This golf outing is being held for the sole purpose of raising money to help young men and women stay the path and attain continued education and a brighter future. Thank you for supporting this worthwhile endeavor!
Please download and return this brochure that contains all event and lodging information. Checks can be made payable to the AAIB - Boxer’s Assistance Fund which is a charitable 501-C3 entity and fully tax deductible.
It is that time of year again and the AAIB is having their celebrity golf outing on July 31’st at the prestigious Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, NJ. We are expecting an exceptional turn out and all-star class of celebrities.
We sincerely hope you can join us and support this 501C3 charity scholarship program supporting inner city youth around the United States. As of last year, we have granted over $250,000 in scholarships and the applications are growing every year as word spreads nationally. This tournament plays an enormous role in these young men and women attaining higher education, so we ask for your support in July.
Paul Vegliante, AAIB President.
The American Association for the Improvement of Boxing (AAIB) was founded in 1969 by Rocky Marciano and Stephen Acunto. For over 45 years the organization has worked tirelessly for medical safety and financial accountability within the “sweet science”.