In six weeks one VIP Tires & Service store turned 607 oil changes into a $6,070 donation to local schools.
On Nov. 28, VIP welcomed Lebanon School District Superintendent Joanne Roberts and Hartford School District Superintendent Thomas Debalsi to present them with the rewards. The $6,070 was split evenly between the two school districts.
“Finding a way to get involved in the local community is important to every VIP employee in our new West Lebanon store and to every employee in our company,” says Store Manager Jeremy Weigel. “Giving back to the community is a big part of who we are as a company. This program has been wonderful and has allowed us to meet so many local residents. We want to thank everyone who visited us for a $10 oil change in support of our local schools and our children and hope they will keep coming back to VIP for all their car service needs.”
VIP operates 58 retail stores in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. The company's chairman and CEO John Quirk is Modern Tire Dealer's 2018 Tire Dealer of the Year.
For more information, visit www.vipauto.com.