AAA and Seidner's Collision Centers Gift Car through Recycled Rides - BodyShop Business

AAA and Seidner’s Collision Centers Gift Car through Recycled Rides

2007 Hyundai Entourage presented to needy family via live video presentation seen worldwide throughout Adventist Television Network.

Seidner’s Collision Centers and the Auto Club of Southern California presented a 2007 Hyundai Entourage to a local family on Saturday, June 22 at the Loma Linda Seventh Day Adventist Church in Loma Linda, Calif. More than 2,000 people attended this “live” video presentation that was seen worldwide throughout the Adventist Television Network.
“Today was an extraordinary day for all that were involved in this project,” said Steve Seidner, vice president of Seidner’s Collision Centers. “Any time you can bring different entities together and create something this great, it’s just beyond words. All our employees and partners were honored to award this car to Kylie Alexander and her daughter, Alana.”
Added Rick Lewis, Auto Club claims unit manager, "The Auto Club is honored to work in partnership with Recycled Rides, which shares our commitment to give back to the community. We admire Kylie’s resiliency and determination to get through the challenges in her life. We consider it a privilege to help our trusted partners such as Seidner’s and Recycled Rides whenever possible."
“The day could not have been more incredible,” said Burt Clark, Loma Linda UReach Ministry assistant director. “The generosity shown by the Auto Club and Seidner’s will hopefully lead the way for others to see the positive effects of working together and helping others. This will change Kylie’s life and enable her to reach her goals of providing a loving, safe home for her daughter and continue her educational pursuit. The grace expressed by this day is truly amazing.”
Seidner’s Collision Centers is a family-owned organization with 14 locations in San Gabriel Valley and the Inland Empire of Los Angeles, Calif.

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