SEMA Show 2010: NABC, Recycled Rides gifts five vehicles

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Nov. 3, 2010—The National Auto Body Council (NABC) announced on Tuesday that five families will receive cars from Recycled Rides during the 2010 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

The five families, all graduates of the Family Promise of Las Vegas program, a non-profit interfaith network that provides support to families in crisis, will receive the cars on Nov. 4, according to an NABC press release_notes. Esurance, Allstate and State Farm donated the five vehicles, and Sterling Collision, 911 Collision and Gerber Collision & Glass refurbished the vehicles.

During NACE in October, the NABC and Recycled Rides also gave five cars to five Las Vegas families.

“We’re really happy to be back in Las Vegas to give five more families the vehicles that will help provide them a fresh start,” said Nick Notte, Recycled Rides chairman and president of Sterling Autobody Centers. “These are just 10 examples of the 150 families who this year will receive the gift of reliable transportation to make better lives for themselves due to Recycled Rides and its participants. I am grateful to be part of a project that clearly illustrates the giving nature of NABC members and the collision repair industry in general.”

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