Caliber Collision Gifts 17 Vehicles
Dec. 17, 2013—Caliber Collision announced on Monday that its year-long involvement with the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides program resulted in a total of 17 vehicles donated in 2013.
In the most recent Recycled Rides presentations, Caliber partnered with Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance on a vehicle for a U.S. Army medic in Tempe, Ariz., and with State Farm Insurance in Irvine, Calif., to provide transportation for a U.S. Navy seaman. Both recipients were active duty service members nominated by Operation Homefront, a national support organization for military families.
A third vehicle was donated to a single mother in Lancaster, Calif., who was selected through a community-wide nominating program.
Caliber has partnered this past year on Recycled Rides with a number of insurance partners to help gift vehicles to those in need.
“We look forward in 2014 to teaming up with our many insurance partners and the National Auto Body Council to help provide the gift of reliable transportation to deserving first responder and military families in the communities we serve,” said Greg Clark, senior vice president of marketing.