TULSA (April 9, 2019) – A Christian organization built around growing the north Tulsa community will once again be the beneficiary of proceeds from the 18-Hole Mini-Golf Course Experience at the Tulsa Auto Show.

Revenues generated through the popular Mini-Golf course will be donated to Crossover Community Impact, which is located in north Tulsa. The 102nd anniversary of the Tulsa Auto Show is being held April 12-14 at the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square.

“We are humbled and overwhelmed to be selected again to be the recipient of this donation from the Tulsa Auto Show,” Philip Abode said. “This partnership allows us to continue working with north Tulsa high school students and enrich them with opportunities to become the leaders of tomorrow.”

Crossover Community Impact is a Christian organization located in north Tulsa committed to restoring its community through reconciliation, love, and justice. Crossover comprehensively serves its community through youth sports, education, healthcare, and economic development through award winning programs and services.

Over the last 5 years Crossover’s StreetLeader Program has seen 100 percent of its students graduate from high school with several of them going on to pursue a post-secondary degree. The StreetLeaders helped Crossover earn the 2015 Partners in Education Champions Award for the IMPACT Kids After-School Program at Hawthorne Elementary.

“Crossover Community Impact does a great job working with young students in the north Tulsa area and we are proud to be able to help them further their mission,” Bill Knight, president of Knight Automotive Group, said. “The StreetLeaders Program is a real benefit to the students in north Tulsa, and we want to be able to help them accomplish more for those kids.”

The Mini-Golf Course is $5 per person and has historically been one of the more popular attractions of the Tulsa Auto Show.

The Tulsa Auto Show is one of the largest consumer shows in Oklahoma and will feature a variety of entertaining activities for adults and kids of all ages. In addition to the 18-Hole Mini-Golf Course Experience benefitting Crossover Community Impact, the 102nd anniversary event will include the full-size concept car model; a re-creation of the 1960’s Tulsa Auto Shows exhibit with dozens of automobiles from the 60’s era; An Historic Automobile Exhibit featuring cars from 1913 to 1939; the opportunity to test drive 11 cars and trucks from Toyota and Chevrolet; the “Caffeine and Gasoline” event; and lots and lots of 2019 new cars and trucks and eight 2020 models from 25 automobile brands.

Those interested in purchasing tickets are encouraged to go to for additional information. Buy one get one free coupons are also available at QuikTrip.

Among the 25 automaker brands participating in the show are Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Infiniti, Jaguar, Jeep, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Porsche, Ram, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.

The Tulsa Auto Show is sponsored by the Tulsa Automobile Dealers Association. The Tulsa World is the print partner.

The Tulsa Automobile Dealers Association is a non-profit organization that exists to serve and promote the franchised new motor vehicle dealers of metro Tulsa and is the owner of the Tulsa Auto Show.