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Vehicle Donated to Atlanta Resident through NABC

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August 9, 2018—The last time John Quinones owned a car was in 2005 when the engine blew up. Despite one unexpected obstacle after another, Quinones is a survivor. To help him get back on the road to success, he will be presented with keys to a practically brand-new car as part of the National Auto Body Council’s (NABC) Recycled Rides program.

Recycled Rides is a program in which businesses representing all facets of the collision repair industry team up to repair and donate vehicles to individuals and families in need of reliable transportation. Quinones will receive keys to his new vehicle at the collision industry’s annual show and conference held this year in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center Plaza.

Quinones’ vehicle was donated by Farmers Insurance and restored by Mall of Georgia Ford with contributions of parts and materials from other collision industry businesses.

Since the inception of the Recycled Rides program in 2007, members of the National Auto Body Council have donated over 1,700 vehicles valued at more than $22 million.  

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