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Fairbanks, Alaska— Kendall Auto Fairbanks is launching another charitable initiative in the Fairbanks area for customers and community members to help give back to the community.
Just for driving around the Fairbanks area, community members with Kendall license plate frames will be stopped when spotted and be given $50 for themselves, and another $50 to be donated to the local charity of their choice. There are five organizations to choose from:
- Breast Cancer Detection Center
- Fairbanks Counseling & Adoption
- Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living
- Literacy Council of Alaska
- Resource Center for Parents & Children
We’re partnering with KIAK Country 102.5FM to help us spot the Kendall plate frames and get more funds raised for these great causes.
The promotion runs from September 4th through October 31st. A check presentation ceremony will be announced to the public following the end of the promotion.
Kendall Auto Group is a family-owned business representing 14 franchises in 16 locations and is one of the largest privately held auto dealership groups in the Pacific Northwest. Kendall owns and operates automotive dealerships in Alaska, Idaho, Montana and Oregon. Kendall prides itself on the Kendall Way—a customer-centric philosophy that makes the car-buying experience simple, fun and easy. Each year the organization makes a significant investment in the communities it serves by supporting a variety of charitable causes including youth-oriented programs and healthcare for the under-served. For more information, visit www.kendallautoalaska.com.
Posted: September 10, 2012