Wednesday, 22 June 2022 11:19

3 Dallas Residents Receive Refurbished Vehicles


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On June 21, three deserving Dallas residents, including a veteran, were presented vehicles to provide them independence and the ability to work and take care of their families, thanks to the National Auto Body Council (NABC) Recycled Rides® program along with car donors and local representatives from Farmers Insurance®, Allstate and GEICO and repair partners DFW Collision, Crest Cadillac and On the Road Garage, all based in the Dallas area.

The vehicle presentation was held in conjunction with the NABC Lone Star Pars for Cars Golf Fundraiser, presented by Enterprise, at Texas Star Golf Club in Euless, TX.
“I’m honored and blessed, and this car will be a big help to me in my personal life and allow me the mobility to get back to the type of job I would like to do, which is process operations in the chemical industry,” said Charles Curry, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served in Afghanistan.
Curry has overcome many challenges and is currently employed at DFW. Not having a car limits the type of work he can do and the shifts he can work.


He was selected by the VA North Texas Healthcare System. The 2016 Hyundai Elantra he received from GEICO and On the Road Garage will allow him to get to work more easily and open up many opportunities for him.
Yanoen Moreno, a breast cancer patient, was nominated by the Cancer Support Community North Texas. The gift of reliable transportation will allow her to get to treatment without relying on the bus or rideshare services. It also will help her return to school and work.


She received a 2017 Ford Focus from Farmers Insurance and DFW Collision Center East.    
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