Dealer Group Summary: Larry H. Miller Dealers and Jim Ellis Store Work to Help the Community
Tuesday 20 Jul 2021, 16:32
Larry H. Miller Dealerships said its employees and 89 of its suppliers and business partners raised a record $ 500,000 for charity as part of the recent Larry H. Miller Dealerships Golf Classic.
The group presented a check for this amount to Larry H. Miller Charities, which is the philanthropic arm of its parent company.
“Funds raised at the 2021 Larry H. Miller Dealer Golf Classic will be distributed to charities in the seven states where the group operates,” said Larry H. Miller Charities President Don Stirling in a statement.
“These vital charitable contributions in local communities will focus on programs that serve women and children with a focus on health and education,” Stirling said. “These funds alone will help dozens and dozens of nonprofits at a time when the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge women and children around the world.
“The charitable spirit of our dealers and their partners, as evidenced by the funds raised, is both moving and inspiring. We are so grateful!
It was the group’s 10th annual golf classic. Over $ 2.4 million for Larry H. Miller Charities through the tournament over the years.
Georgia Dealer Offers Free Oil Changes to Teachers
In another philanthropic effort from the dealer world, Jim Ellis Mazda Marietta in Georgia rolled out the Essential Car Care program which provides free standard oil changes to educators until the end of next month.
Oil changes are available at the dealer’s service center and are suitable for most makes and models.
The dealership also provides teachers, teaching assistants, professors, administrators, coaches and school support staff with a car wash with interior cleaning and vehicle inspection.
“We are proud to participate in this program to support the wonderful teachers of the Marietta community,” said dealership vice president Tracie Maloney said in a press release. “We are happy to have the opportunity to show how much we appreciate and appreciate them.”