CCRS Raises $13,000 for Operation Comfort’s AutoMotivation Program

July 9, 2013

July 9, 2013— The Connecticut Collision Repair Specialists' (CCRS) third annual golf outing raised $13,000 for Operation Comfort’s AutoMotivation Program, helping wounded service members work on cars.

Individual donations added to the success with a $10,000 donation from CCRS and a $2,000 donation from CARSTAR CT.

Operation Comfort, founded in 2004, provides a variety of adaptive sports, financial assistance and therapeutic trips for wounded veterans.

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