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Wednesday, 30 September 2020 22:52

Caliber Commits to ‘Restoring You’ by Gifting Restored Vehicles to Front Line Heroes

Caliber Collision in Riverside, CA, teamed up with The Auto Club of Southern California to gift a vehicle to a local single mother earlier this summer. Caliber Collision in Riverside, CA, teamed up with The Auto Club of Southern California to gift a vehicle to a local single mother earlier this summer.

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Living its purpose of Restoring the Rhythm of Your Life®, Caliber, with its portfolio of automotive services brands---including Caliber Collision, the nation’s largest auto collision repair company---is pleased to extend its "Restoring You" community and teammate program.

In collaboration with its insurance partners as part of the National Auto Body Council's Recycled Rides® program, Caliber will be gifting restored vehicles to front line medical workers, medical support staff and first responders who are helping fight the pandemic.
 
Caliber, which encompasses Caliber Auto Care and Caliber Auto Glass, in addition to Caliber Collision---with its 1,173 centers across 33 states and the broadest network of OEM-certified collision centers in the country---is committed to repairing and maintaining the vehicles of all drivers and fleet operators.

 

During this extraordinary time, the company recognizes a particular need among medical workers, their support staff and first responders, many of whom may worry about how they’ll get to work and elsewhere for daily necessities without reliable transportation. Caliber aims to help ease this hardship by gifting newly refurbished vehicles to deserving recipients.
 
“The COVID-19 pandemic has made us think differently about how we serve our communities as an organization,” said Steve Grimshaw, CEO of Caliber. “We have seen communities banding together during this challenging time, yet we recognize that there are still needs for reliable, safe transportation among those who have been working so hard to fight this pandemic---those in front line roles as medical workers, medical support staff and first responders.

 

"We know that the current environment is putting a severe strain on these workers and their families, and we want to provide them with the gift of transportation through our long-standing partnership with insurance carriers and the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides® program.”


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