Domestic Violence Survivor Surprised with New Car

Dec. 26, 2017
Jessica Celestine of Little Rock was given the keys to a fully restored Nissan Altima.

Dec. 26, 2017—Service King Collision Repair Centers partnered with State Farm for an vehicle giveaway for a local domestic violence survivor and single mother of four.

Jessica Celestine of Little Rock was given the keys to a fully restored Nissan Altima.

The donation was part of the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides initiative.

Service King and State Farm both obtained and restored the vehicle for Celestine and her four teenage children.

The Nissan Altima will aid in being reliable transportation for Celestine to go to work and transport her kids between their extracurricular activities.

“When we heard Jessica’s story, our teammates jumped at the opportunity to make this holiday season special for her and her family,” says Patrick Matthews, Service King market director. “So many people take reliable transportation for granted. Yet, a personal vehicle has the power to transform lives, and it’s our hope this gift does just that.”

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