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Kramer Chevrolet, Subaru Support the ND National Guard Emergency Relief Fund

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On Sept. 11, Kramer Chevrolet and Kramer Subaru hosted their 15th annual Military and Customer Appreciation Event and Car Show, with all proceeds going directly to the North Dakota National Guard Emergency Relief Fund.

With the event taking place on the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Foundation Automotive Corp. made an ambitious goal of raising $50,000, which they were able to beat with a total of $57,402 raised. The successful event was complete with a classic car show, silent auction, free food and entertainment for the whole family.

 

The Military Emergency Relief Fund is a nonprofit charitable organization whose purpose is to provide financial support in sudden and unforeseen emergency situations. The organization supports the North Dakota National Guard soldiers and airmen, as well as their dependents.

 

“In today’s world there are a lot of organizations to donate to. To think of our service members, our soldiers, our airmen and their families, this means so much to everyone. We really appreciate it and know it’s going to a great cause,” said Brig. Gen. Jackie Huber, who accepted the check on behalf of the North Dakota National Guard Emergency Relief Fund.

 

Kramer Chevrolet and Kramer Subaru joined Foundation Automotive Corp. in 2019. This is the second year since joining the growing corporation Kramer has been able to put on this event.

 

“The other stores in the group and a lot of our vendors really stepped up with donations to make this event such a success,” said Terry Wezner, managing partner of Kramer Chevrolet and Kramer Subaru.

 

Foundation Automotive Corp. is a family business that will continue to give back to North Dakota with...


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