NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Greater Erie Auto Auction understands the value in giving back to their local community. This holiday season, their dealers opened their hearts and bid with passion. On Dec.18, Greater Erie donated a 2003 Nissan Xterra and with over 200 dealers bidding on the vehicle, it was ultimately purchased by Easy Auto Sales of Madison, OH for $2250.00. All of the proceeds benefited the New Beginnings Food Pantry. Chrissy Briggs, General Manager commented, “We are very proud to partner with such a wonderful organization like New Beginnings.Helping raise money to keep shelves stocked for families and individuals who don’t have enough this time of year is so fulfilling.”
New Beginning Food Pantry is located two miles from the auction and has been providing food to low income families in the local community for over 30 years. New Beginnings goal is to provide food and gifts for as many as possible every month. Greater Erie takes great pride in the community and has always found joy in “paying it forward” to those in need.
Greater Erie Auto Auction offers 5 action packed lanes, offering more than 450 units and over 250 buyers attending in-lane and online weekly. They have a full suite of services that include transportation, mechanical and reconditioning. For more information, please visit their website, http://www.greater-erie.com.
“We have made it our goal to blow past $10,000 and raise even more for the hospital in 2018,” McCready said.
Shriners Hospital for Children is committed to providing the best care for children in the specialty areas of Orthopedics, Burn Care, Spinal Cord Injury and Cleft Lip and Palate, regardless of the family’s ability to pay.