Lifetime Ad Journal Honoring Bob Geschine



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These opportunities to honor Bob Geschine are open to individuals.

CEO CLASS OF 2022 = $1,000 

Your headshot and custom message will be included in our Year Book layout section of the Ad Journal.  You will receive a link to upload your headshot with your email receipt.  You will be asked to provide a brief custom message during the registration process.


Your name will be listed on a single page with all Name Listing donors.  This page reserved for individuals or couples only.

Deadline to submit information/content is Friday, July 29, 2022.

Each year it is our tradition to honor an individual who has dedicated their time and energy to the betterment of our industry, who has demonstrated corporate leadership, and has been a contributor to their community.

The AAMA leadership is blessed with so many worthy candidates for this honor. Each year, it is a challenging process to select the honoree. In the spring of 2020, we decided to honor an individual who has spent his working career dedicated to this industry, someone who is without question, worthy of this award. Then COVID infiltrated our lives and our businesses. We quickly made the decision to suspend any fund-raising activities as the pandemic was dramatically impacting our lives and businesses. While COVID is still lingering, we feel comfortable coming back to our supporters and this industry to raise funds again to support our charities.

It is my honor and privilege to invite you to join me and our industry as we recognize
the 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Robert Geschine, President, and CFO of H. Betti Industries, who is the dedicated and visionary leader of the company and his family. He has been part of that organization since 1974. He challenges all of us to be the best that we can be, always do the right thing, and pushes us to reach new heights.

The AAMA is honored to recognize Bob for his achievements in business, contributions to his community, his commitment to family, and his contributions to this industry. At the AAMA Annual Gala, which will be held on September 22nd, 2022, we will recognize the work and achievements of Bob Geschine, while raising money to support the various children’s charities.

You now have the opportunity to honor the great work of Bob and also support the Charitable Foundation and its charities. Please join all of us in acknowledging his achievements, his vision and leadership by making a donation to the American Amusement Machine Charitable Foundation in his honor.

Our fund-raising efforts ultimately support the lives of children in need around the world. Your contributions go directly to organizations that assist children and their families through research, education, programs, and services. These organizations focus on those fighting cancer and other life-threatening diseases, are challenged with special needs, and want the opportunity to participate in athletics, or those looking for a way to bring back the joys of childhood.

Help us reach our goal of to continue supporting our amazing charity partners. Thank you in advance for your consideration and support.

The American Amusement Machine Charitable Foundation (AAMCF) is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation organized to raise and distribute funds to children's charities for scientific, educational, and charitable purposes.

Since 1983, the AAMCF has had the pleasure of contributing over $2,500,000 to more than 130 organizations and foundations. Serving as the charitable arm of the American Amusement Machine Association (AAMA), our success is due to the support of AAMA members, colleagues, vendors, families, and friends. In addition to the many organizations we support each year, we are extremely proud to be partnered with Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago - a Children's Miracle Network Hospital, Kids Enjoy Exercise Now (KEEN USA), and Sunrise Association. Your donations make a difference!

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American Amusement Machine Charitable Foundation

A 501(c)(3) organization

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