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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Heiser Chevrolet Becomes Toys for Tots Drop Site



Heiser Chevrolet announced that it is partnering with Toys for Tots to help make the holidays special for Milwaukee children in need. The program is part of Heiser Automotive Group’s “Anything is Possible” community outreach and an extension of the Chevy “Giving More” campaign that wraps up the calendar year.  Efforts such as these deliver a message of hope to needy youngsters.


Toys for Tots donations can be dropped off at the Heiser Chevrolet location in West Allis beginning today. The goal is to collect new, unwrapped toys to distribute as Christmas gifts to children in the community.  Heiser Chevrolet realizes many people are looking for a way to celebrate the season by giving back and wants to help in facilitating those efforts. 


“We are thrilled to be a part of such an important program to help the children of Milwaukee,” said Mary Ann Scaffidi, one of the family owners of Heiser Automotive Group. “We encourage our neighbors and customers to join us in this endeavor to make this holiday season brighter for those in need. The Heiser staff is already geared up to give back and has begun filling the donation boxes at the dealership.”

 
Community members can drop off their new toys at the Heiser Chevrolet location at 10200 Arthur Avenue in West Allis, (between Lincoln and National, right off HWY 100).  Hours are Monday- Friday from 9:00AM to 9:00PM and Saturday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM.  Donations can be made at the dealership through Saturday, December 10th.


About the Toys for Tots Program:

Over the 61 years of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program, more than 332 million toys have been distributed to 158 million children. The U.S. Marines have become known as the leaders in looking after needy children at Christmas.  In addition, the Toys for Tots Foundation has supplemented local toy collections with more than 55 million toys.

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