Denver Subaru Dealer, McDonald Independent Pre-Owned Subaru, Asks The Community To Drop Off Turkeys To Help Local Charity
McDonald Independent has called out to neighbors and friends in the community to drop off frozen turkeys and donations to support the Denver Rescue Mission's Annual Thanksgiving Banquet.
- Denver, CO (1888PressRelease) November 19, 2011 - Denver area used Subaru dealer, McDonald Independent, has decided to hold a turkey drive to help rise funds and food for the Denver Rescue Mission's annual Thanksgiving Banquet.
The local car dealership learned that the Denver Rescue Mission, a Denver Non-Profit Organization, was about 8,400 turkeys shorter than their typical 10,000 and they decided to lend a hand. The non-profit hold an annual banquet in which they give away frozen turkeys to families in need and hand out Thanksgiving dinners.
The McDonald Automotive Group has worked in support of the Denver Rescue Mission for numerous years so when they learned of the turkey shortage they immediately sprung to action. After posting on their websites and social media pages encouraging the community to donate to the non-profit, the dealership realized that some people may not be able to make it all the way downtown before the Monday night donation cutoff.
"We realized that for people in our area it might be easier to just drop them off at our dealership and we could have a runner take loads three times a day," one staff member states.
Once that plan was established, the managers and owners of the Denver Car dealerships decided that they could do even more- they committed to matching any donation dropped off at the dealership.
With a plan in place, and many more turkeys needed to be donated, the local used Subaru dealer will have a busy weekend ahead before the Thanksgiving holiday.
For more information about how and where to donate, please visit www.mcdonaldindependent.com.
About The McDonald Automotive Group:
The McDonald Family has been selling and servicing vehicles from the Littleton location since 1965. Today, with three sons by his side, Douglas McDonald and his family own and operate some of the largest and fastest growing dealerships in the United States. In addition, Douglas McDonald has served as chairman, vice-chairman and district director for the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association and chairman of the National Volkswagen Dealer Council. In 1991, Time Magazine, in cooperation with the National Automobile Dealers Association, honored him with the Quality Dealer Award. McDonald Automotive Group shares their success with the community by supporting many charities and clubs, including the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation with an annual golf tournament. (www.mcdonaldindependent.com)