The association held the Promota Sparks Charity Golf Day at Camberley Heath Golf Club in Surrey, to raise much-needed funds for the charity.
The event was hosted by ex-champion jockey, John Francome, who was joined by a host of sporting and TV celebrities who joined the teams of Promota members for a day of golf.
It was John Thorp and his team mates from The Leather Business, along with ex-England wicket keeper Roger Tolchard, who scooped the Promota trophy at the end of the day.
Rod Duncan, chairman of Promota, said: "The charity golf day is always a highlight in the association's calendar. It is an ideal time to meet up with colleagues from across the industry, play a bit of golf and most importantly raise some money for such a deserving charity.
"Our members raised more than £10,000 for Sparks, which will go towards helping fund research into medical conditions affecting babies and children.
"I would like to say a big thank you to all of those members who took part in the day, donated prizes for the evening auction and those who have donated since the event."
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