Friday, 19 November 2021 09:32

NABC Recycled Rides and Partners Present Refurbished Courtesy Vehicle to Ronald McDonald House Charities–Memphis


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On Nov. 18, three Tennessee-based companies, along with Allstate and the National Auto Body Council (NABC) Recycled Rides® program, teamed up to make life easier for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Memphis.

The group presented a 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe, donated by Allstate and refurbished by Carey’s Body Shop, for families to use as a courtesy vehicle while their children are being treated at nearby St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
The presentation was held at Pinnacle Financial Partners' Memphis main office. More than 100 guests gathered for the event, including Pinnacle Financial Partners Chairman Rob McCabe and numerous team members; Ronald McDonald House Charities–Memphis board members and leadership team; NABC board Chairman Clint Marlow of Allstate; Anthony Natale and Katie Pharr, both of Nashville-based Nexterra; and NABC President and CEO Bill Garoutte.


The leadership and team members of Carey’s Body Shop, based in Memphis, also joined the festivities.


“We are so thankful for our community partners for helping us to better serve our families especially in an ever changing environment,” said Jill Crocker, executive director for Ronald McDonald House Charities-Memphis. “This gift will alleviate the stress of our families while staying at RMHC-Memphis related to transportation needs and will especially eliminate missed appointments and enhance our grocery program."


The Honorable Lee Harris, mayor of Shelby County, recognized the milestone with a proclamation...

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