News: NABC Donates Recycled Ride to Deserving Atlanta Mother
The National Auto Body Council (NABC) will be giving reliable transportation to five Las Vegas families on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on the NACE show floor at 1 p.m. Sterling Auto Body Centers, 911 Collision and Gerber Collision & Glass refurbished the vehicles as part of NABC’s Recycled Rides program.
The five participating families are graduates of the family Promise of Las Vegas program, a non-profit interfaith network that provides support to families in crisis. Recipients include a United States veteran raising his daughter; a homeless couple who have suffered health issues and job loss due to economic downturn; a relocated couple hose plans for employment fell through and are now struggling to raise two children without jobs; a single mother with two children struggling to make ends meet; and a father who had to leave his home and job in another state to come to Nevada to take care of his child.
"Giving families in need reliable vehicles provides them the opportunity to get to work, school and medical appointments on time, providing a fresh start," said Recycled Rides Chairman Nick Notte, Sterling Autobody president. "Thanks to Recycled Rides, these families will have the opportunity to make better lives for themselves. I’ grateful to be part of a project that clearly illustrates the giving nature of NABC members and the collision repair industry in general."