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Pennsylvania-based MSO Keenan Auto Body is hosting a week-long charitable event raising money for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. From Oct. 1 to Oct. 8, Keenan is donating $10 from every completed repair directly to the charity.
“I am very pleased to announce that all of our nine locations will be taking part in this charitable event," said Michael LeVasseur, Keenan VP and COO. “Our nine shops average 200 to 225 completed repairs each week, and we hope to raise well over $2,000. All of our customer service reps will be wearing special pink polo shirts during the week of the event.”
Keenan also teamed up with Downloads for the Cure, a Keenan-sponsored website that allows two free music downloads per every book marker that each Keenan location will be giving to its customers during the week-long period.
“Seventy five cents of every prepaid download will go directly to the charity as well," said Craig Camacho, Keenan marketing director. “Stop by a local Keenan Auto Body location and pick one up.”
Keenan Auto Body has raised and donated well over $250,000 in the last 12 years for charities such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, Camp Mak-A-Dream Foundation, Delaware County Children and Youth Services, The Papa Pandeli Fund, the Make A Wish Foundation, The Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House, the Russella Educational Fund and many others.
Founded in 1952 by Joseph T. Keenan and acquired by his son Donald in 1979, the family owned Keenan Auto Body collision centers are some of the largest of their kind in the Northeast region.