Epperly Tire to donate proceeds from oil changes to Valley Rescue Mission | News
COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM)- Epperly Tire & Auto Center will continue their Changing OilChanging Lives event by donating 100 percent of the oil change proceeds on November28 to the Valley Rescue Mission of Columbus.
"The Valley Rescue mission is an honorable organization,regardless of the season," said Epperly Tire owner, David Epperly, "but wefeel that they go above and beyond for the community during the holidays, so wewanted to support them in their efforts to provide for those in need duringthis time of year."
The Valley Rescue Mission is an organization that has served theColumbus area for nearly 50 years. They focus on improving the quality of lifefor the homeless and others in need.
They also strive to assist those who aresuffering from addiction or affected by poverty, helping them reenter societyas productive citizens.
For more information about the Valley Rescue Mission, please visitwww.ValleyRescueMission.org.
Epperly Tire & Auto Centers
Wednesday, November 28, 7.am. to 7p.m.
1642 Whittlesey Rd, Columbus, GA : 706-327-8108
7608 Schomburg Road,Columbus, GA : 706-561-5424
ABOUT EPPERLY TIRE& AUTO CENTER:
Epperly Tire & Auto Center, owned and operated by DavidEpperly, has been in business for 23 years and has two locations in Columbus,Ga., on Bradley Park and Schomburg Rd. The company has just opened its thirdlocation on Auburn Avenue, which will begin participating in the Changing OilChanging Lives campaign in 2013. For more information please visit http://epperlytire.com.
Visit Epperly Tire onFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/epperlytireco.
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