California Shop Raises $1,000 for Local Charity

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Sept. 30, 2013—Class Auto Center in Long Beach, Calif., recently hosted a “Tech Session” for the Grand Prix Region of the Porsche Club of America, raising $1,000 for the non-profit Children’s Dental Health Clinic at the Long Beach Memorial Hospital.

“I want to thank Class Auto Center for hosting this event and for supporting us,” said John Blake, executive director of the charity. “We have a good partnership with the community and this is an awesome local tie-in to what we do down the street at Miller Children’s Hospital.”

The four-hour event included a lecture for Porsche Club Members on the latest collision repair technologies and a demonstration of modern body alignment equipment on a 2013 Porsche 991.

“We always encourage the enthusiast customer to be involved in these tech sessions,” said Ted Sanders, project manager and Porsche specialist at Class Auto Center. “We explain the repair process for their high-line vehicles, and by fixing the car per factory specifications, we preserve its safety, value and integrity.”

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