ACMA Press Release


April, 18, 2018

Jeffrey Chacon



ACMA Announces its 4th Annual Drive, Dine & Wine Golf Tournament Benefiting TAKE ONE Youth Media Internship Program

April 17, 2018 SAN DIEGO – For the fourth consecutive year, Asian Culture & Media Alliance (ACMA) will host its Drive Dine & Wine Charity Golf Tournament at The Vineyard Golf in Escondido this coming Saturday on April 21, 2018.

As part of its mission to promote and empower the Asian Pacific Americans through Media Arts, all proceeds from ACMA’s annual golf tournament will benefit TAKE ONE media internship program, provided free of charge to under-served, under-privileged youths in San Diego.

“We are excited to host our annual golf tournament for the fourth time, at the beautiful Vineyard Golf course in Escondido. What’s unique about our tournament is that the players will not only enjoy a round of golf at one of San Diego’s top rated golf courses and sample delicious Asian food, beer and wine, but they’ll also get to network and compete as a team in fun contests throughout the tournament.” says Cathlyn Choi, Executive Director of Asian Culture and Media Alliance.

This year’s promotional and hole sponsors include All American Classics, Atomy, Bekseju USA, Better Health and Wellness Center, Cathlyn’s Korean Kitchen, Carma Media Productions, Divine Botanics,, Encore Partners LLP, EnlighTea, Exceptional Leverage Coaching, Global Children Foundation, Happy Sushi,, Luib Health Center, Salt Creek Golf, Suzuki, Zandovskis and Yip LLP, Shozen Manpo BBQ, Sunny Massage, Sycuan Casino, Transamerica Financial Advisors, The Producers Group, the Vineyard Golf, World Financial Group, and Zion Market.

Emily Letran, CEO of Exceptional Leverage Coaching and ACMA’s Advisory Board member says, “The Drive Dine & Wine Golf Tournament is a great opportunity for patrons to learn more about ACMA’s programs, meet with ACMA interns as well as network with approximately 80 golf enthusiasts, sponsors and participants from Southern California.  I am proud to be a sponsor of this wonderful event, for a great cause!”

Anyone interested in registering as a player in the tournament can do so till 5pm on April 19, 2018 on

Donations can also be made on ACMA website.

About ACMA

Asian Culture and Media Alliance is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2013 by Asian American community activist and TV personality Cathlyn

Choi to provide a voice of unity, awareness and empowerment for the Asian Pacific American community through the power of Media Arts, specifically Television Media and Film. Visit for more information.


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