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CATA wants to promote your coronavirus community stories

Friday, May 01, 2020 7:02 PM | Anonymous
 The commitment of local dealerships to their communities remains unprecedented during the coronavirus pandemic. As the globe endures COVID-19, dealer philanthropic efforts have been a bright spot in how the country is banning together to ride the wave into calmer waters.
Local dealerships have supported their communities in a variety of ways, such as offering the loan of cars and trucks for the delivery of groceries, medical supplies and prescriptions; donating and delivering meals to medical professionals at local hospitals; offering free oil changes and select services to first responders; and sanitizing vehicles for any local resident at no charge. WGN-TV on April 29 aired a four-minute segment of goodwill efforts by two area dealerships.
The CATA wants to highlight what dealers are doing to support their local communities, including first responders, charitable organizations and families, during this difficult time. Tell us about your experience and your staff, community and store.
Stories and any video links should be sent to Jennifer Morand, the CATA’s director of public relations and social media, at

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