Hertz Donates Vehicle to Recycled Rides®
-- Hertz and the National Auto Body Council kick off the New Year with vehicle donation
PARK RIDGE, NJ--Jan. 23, 2013: The Hertz Corporation announced today the donation of a 2011 Toyota Camry to the National Auto Body Council (NABC) Recycled Rides program. The refurbished vehicle, restored by the Pacific Collision Center, will be gifted to a family in need in the Palm Springs, California area during the 2013 National Auto Body Council Golf Fundraiser.
"Hertz is committed to our partners and their great causes, and the National Auto Body Council is one of them," said Mark Frissora, Chairman and CEO of Hertz. "Through our partnership, Hertz has donated several vehicles to Recycled Rides and we are happy to donate another vehicle today knowing it will be given to a deserving family."
The event will raise funds to support NABC community projects including Recycled Rides, Operation Comfort, and FREE. Recycled Rides has donated over 500 cars to families in need throughout the country, including five vehicles from Hertz. The vehicle will be donated through The Children's Charity, Variety of the United States.
About Recycled Rides
Recycled Rides is a community awareness project whereby members of the NABC repair and donate refurbished vehicles to families and service organizations in need throughout the United States. A green program, Recycled Rides recruits auto body shops, insurers, paint suppliers and parts vendors to contribute in their own specific ways.
About the National Auto Body Council
The National Auto Body Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the image of the collision industry. Our ongoing and continued success is a direct result of the efforts and support of our sponsoring companies and membership. Please contact the National Auto Body Council directly for membership information. Call 1-888-667-7433 or go to Auto Body Council.