Massachusetts Acura Dealer Holds Toy Drive
Acura of Peabody in Massachusetts pledged to leave its mark on the community for which it serves and the state of Massachusetts in general. This year for the holidays, the well respected Acura dealer took advantage of their high traffic service center to collect holiday presents for needy children in the state.
Along with the Salvation Army, Acura of Peabody used its state-wide popularity to bring attention to a very worthy cause, children in need during the holidays. The team at Acura set up a Salvation Army Christmas tree that was adorned with ‘Angel Tags’ which had the names and ages of children in the area in need of some holiday spirit.
Massachusetts residents and Acura of Peabody employees pooled their efforts together to collect over 50 gifts for the Salvation Army. This was one their most successful toy drive to date.
Acura of Peabody is under the Lyon Waugh Auto Group in Massachusetts. The group is responsible for numerous donations throughout the year to many local and national organizations. Lyon Waugh Auto group supports Susan G Komen, Boston College, Irish Children’s Hospital, North Shore Red Cross, Hospice of North shore and countless others.
Warren Waugh, managing partner, was recently recognized by the Peabody Chamber of commerce for which he was awarded “The Harry Ankeles Community Service Award”. This is an award given annually by the Peabody Chamber of Commerce to a chamber affiliate who exemplifies the spirit of selfless dedication and leadership in the community that Harry Ankeles himself exhibited throughout his lifetime.
For more information on Acura of Peabody and to shop their online inventory selection of new and used Acura cars, visit http://www.acura-dealer.com/locate/acura-of-peabody.html
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