Local Auto Dealer Donates To Danville's Elementary Athletic Program


Abel Toll, in center, co-owner of The Auto Saver Group and Quality Mitsubishi, and center right, Shelley Martin, manager of Quality Mitsubishi, are surrounded by Danville School elementary students.

The Auto Saver Group's Quality Mitsubishi recently donated $4000 to the Danville School elementary athletic program. The money was used to purchase basketball uniforms for both boys and girls grades 3 through 6.

Co-owner Abel Toll explained, "The AutoSaver Group contributes a portion of profits from all of the AutoSaver group dealerships to a community fund. The money contributed to this fund goes to assist non-profit organizations and schools in the areas surrounding one of its dealerships each month. Quality Mitsubishi has had the pleasure to take a turn in the month of December and January. Several organizations received a contribution. My partner Ronney Lyster and I give the final approval but the contributions are chosen by dealership employees. It is a program that is embraced by our employees. They enjoy being part of making a difference in their communities."

Shelley Martin said, "Today was a fun day. It was a joy to see so many children so excited to receive basketball uniforms for the very first time. More importantly it is awesome and inspiring to be able to take part in the AutoSaver Groups community fund. In the last 45 days Quality Mitsubishi was able to contribute over $16,000 in food to different area food shelves and the Meals on Wheels program through the Area Agency on Aging. I am very proud to be part of an organization that is so generous to our community."


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