Shults Auto Group Collecting Canned Goods to Benefit Salvation Army Food Pantry

JAMESTOWN, NY – The holidays are the perfect time to give back to the community, and no one knows that better than the people of Shults Auto Group. Between now and December 19th, the Shults Accident Repair Center will be collecting canned and other non-perishable foods for the local Salvation Army Food Pantry. Customers can drop off their goods at the Accident Repair Center, which is located at 254 Fluvanna Avenue in Jamestown.

Shults Auto Group has been giving back to local food pantries and other community organizations for more than 40 years via the Shults Heroes Program. In addition to supporting food pantries, the Shults Heroes Program contributes a portion of sales to a local community organization of the customer’s choosing. Over the years, the Program has donated to numerous local organizations, as well as national ones like the American Cancer Society.

“With so many families in need this holiday season, we decided to team up with Shults Heroes and become the official drop off center for the Jamestown area.  Donations will be made to the local Salvation Army food pantry, donations will be accepted until Friday, December 19th,” remarked Kim Carlson, Shults Accident Repair Center Manager.

For more information on the food drive, contact the Shults Accident Repair Center at 716-664-0137.

About Shults Auto Group

The Shults Auto Group is the largest auto group in the Southern tier. With over 400 employees, Shults Auto Group has 11 different dealerships carrying 15 different makes and 2 strictly used car stores. These dealerships are conveniently located in Pennsylvania: Bradford and Warren, and New York: Jamestown, Olean, Dunkirk, and Westfield. Shults Auto Group is extremely involved in the communities where they are located. Donations have been made to local food pantries, giving back to their employees, and the Shults Heroes program. The Shults Heroes program donates part of their sales to a community charity that focuses on safety, growth of children, or the health of the community as a whole.

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