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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Auburn University of Montgomery has announced that the administrative suite of the AUM Wellness Center has been named "The Drs. Yu-Tueng and Chau Tsai - Regitar USA, Inc. Administrative Suite."

The suite is named after the Tsai family for all they have done for the university, including a scholarship endowment. The Tsai family has also pledged $150,000 to AUM through its "Imagine. Invest. Inspire" campaign.

The Tsai family has a long history with the university as Yu-Tueng served as an assistant professor in the accounting department. The Tsai children, Gary and Henry, also attended the AUM Early Childhood Center.

The Tsai family founded the first Chinese-owned Corporation in Alabama in 1987, Regitar USA, which was listed by "Inc" magazine in 2007 and 2008 as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States. Regitar is a manufacturer, importer and exporter of auto parts and power tools.

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