7th Annual Experience Arnold Fundraiser Raises Close to $100,000

October 12, 2021

7th Annual Experience Arnold Fundraiser Raises Close to $100,000


Columbus, Ohio – On September 24, 2021, guests gathered to celebrate ASAS Ohio’s 7th Annual Experience Arnold fundraiser held in the Hungtington Field Club at the new Lower.com Field. Proceeds from the event directly benefit the Ohio chapter of After-School All-Stars [ASAS]. ASAS was founded by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger almost 30 years ago. ASAS Ohio provides free, quality after-school programs to children in at-risk communities right here in Ohio.


Guests attending this year’s Experience Arnold were impressed by the award-winning design of Columbus’ new crowned jewel, Lower.com Field, as well as pitch-level access to views of the stadium. Attendees enjoyed fabulous food, drinks, casino-style games, and access to an extensive silent auction.


“This event was started seven years ago, and I am truly humbled and grateful for the continued support we have received from the Columbus community and beyond.” said Tracy Ensign, ASAS Ohio Executive Director. “I was so proud to introduce guests from Columbus and from all over the world to the impressive Lower.com Field.” said Ensign.


ASAS Ohio is proud to recognize this year’s sponsors: Max Effort Muscle, CAS, Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority, Meijer, OPOC.us, PB Express, Cap City Restoration, Heritage Wealth Patners, Refill Technologies, RFS Behavioral Health, Billy Lew Investments, Emergency Networking, Heartland Bank, Imperium, One Columbus, Schiff Capital, and Tom & Cassandra Brigdon.



After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is a national after-school program founded by Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1992. ASAS provides free, comprehensive after-school programs that focus on academics, mentoring, health & fitness, and enrichment activities. It was first introduced to Columbus City Schools in 2000, and later expanded to Cleveland and Toledo. ASAS serves over 800+ students in the state of Ohio. To learn more about ASAS Ohio, visit www.asasohio.org.