22,000 meals packed in 90 minutes by Community Volunteers, Ford/Chevy Employees

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This is our third combined efforts working Ford/ Chevy Employees /Community Volunteers to pack 22,000 meals with our non-profit partner Gracebridge food bank. The food boxes will be distributed by local churches.

CARROLLTON, Texas - eTradeWire -- For more than three decades, the dealership has been a staple in the Community donating countless dollars and hours of talent in leadership, Management, volunteers, and scholarships to local charities and students. On June 13 at 11:00a.m., the Carrollton dealerships of the Pack Auto Group will combine efforts to pack boxes of food with their non-profit partner Grace bridge Food bank. 22,000 meals will be boxed and palletized for distribution through a network of local churches. The idea is to volunteer work the food line for 30 minutes; then enjoy a fresh cooked/grilled lunch after.

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This is the 3rd Combined Effort Food Box Event and Eighth overall Food Box Event for the Auto Group. This Community Event was created by the GM of Five Star Chevrolet Alan Brown and the CEO of Gracebridge Carter Morris. They were looking for a way to better serve their community together. Many of our employees at the dealership are paid by the hour or by the action. Most employees had not experienced an opportunity to volunteer for the community. Together the leaders designed a bite-sized volunteer project that comes to the workplace and offers a lunch after volunteer working for 30 minutes.

last year's event:  https://youtu.be/6d8HPre-ajc?si=

Alex Sagcal, MBA, Employee/Public Relations Manager

Source: Sam Pack's Five Star Ford Carrollton
Filed Under: Automotive

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