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Recycled Rides Presentation to Air on West Coast Customs

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Dec. 22, 2015—The presentation of a Recycled Ride by Caliber Collision and the Auto Club of Southern California to 10-year-old Dominic Cumo, the youngest person to be diagnosed with ALS, will air on Dec. 27 on “West Coast Customs.”

The 2012 Chrysler Town & Country van was donated by the Auto Club and repaired by technicians at Caliber Collision’s Chino Valley. West Coast Customs added a wheelchair lift, custom wheels, television and other interior upgrades.

“We are thrilled to work with West Coast Customs to bring the national spotlight to the invaluable impact our collision industry has in providing reliable transportation for those in need through the Recycled Rides program, ” said David Goldstein, Caliber Collision senior vice president of operations. “Most important, we are honored to be able to provide Dominic with this gift of transportation so he can indulge in life to its fullest.”

The surprise presentation was filmed in October.

“When we first heard about Dominic and his courageous spirit, we immediately wanted to be part of this project and help make this vehicle special for a family in need,” said Ryan Friedlinghaus, West Coast Customs founder and CEO.  “It was a pleasure to work with Caliber Collision and AAA to put something amazing together for such an inspiring young man.”

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