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Thursday, 10 May 2018 14:04

NABC Car Donations Change Veterans' Lives

Diana Cuesta behind the wheel of her new NABC Recycled Rides™ car in 2014, presented by Caliber Collision and Farmers. Diana Cuesta behind the wheel of her new NABC Recycled Rides™ car in 2014, presented by Caliber Collision and Farmers. PRNewsfoto/National Auto Body Council

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Since the inception of the Recycled Rides program in 2007, members of the National Auto Body Council have donated more than 1,700 cars with an estimated value of $20 million.  More than half of the nearly 300 Recycled Rides vehicles donated in 2017 were to military veterans and service members.


Upcoming vehicle donations during May for Military Appreciation Month


Some of the car donations scheduled in May to honor and thank veterans are:


Minneapolis, MN: A car donation from LaMettry's Collision and American Family Insurance to a Marine who is single-handedly raising three young daughters after the unexpected death of his wife at age 31.

 

Jacksonville, NC: Caliber Collision and Allstate are teaming up to donate a car to a disabled Vietnam-era veteran working at Camp Lejeune.

 

Portland, OR: A vehicle from GEICO and ABRA Collision and Glass will help a formerly homeless veteran transition into stable housing and back on the road to success.

 

Malden, MA: A National Guardsman will be receiving much-needed transportation from Today's Collision and MetLife Insurance.

 

Contact the National Auto Body Council for more information on any of the upcoming Recycled Rides presentations during May Military Appreciation Month.


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