Service King donates $84,500 to Dallas area high school

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November 1, 2010—Service King Repair Centers has donated $84,500 to Spruce High School in Dallas to help the school start a collision repair program, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Service King founder Eddie Lennox graduated from Spruce High School, and most of Service King’s locations are in the Dallas area. Many Dallas area schools have eliminated vocational type programs because of funding, underscoring the importance of this program to community members, according to the Dallas Morning News.

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