Epperly Tire to donate proceeds from upcoming oil changes to Habitat for Humanity | News
On January 23, all three Epperly Tire locations will kick off their 2013 Changing Oil Changing Lives events by donating 100 percent of the oil change proceeds to the Columbus Area Habitat for Humanity.
"Habitat for Humanity is really doing a fantastic job at giving back to our community," said David Epperly, owner of Epperly Tire, “so we wanted to do the same for them!”
The Columbus Area Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to improving the living conditions of those in need by building or renovating simple and affordable homes for the inadequately sheltered. To date, the organization has built 271 homes for partner families in Columbus since 1984.
“We are so grateful for the Changing Oil Changing Lives program,” said Laura Ann Mann, Resource Development Manager for the Columbus Area Habitat for Humanity. “Every dollar donated to Habitat goes towards building a home for our partner families.”
For more information about the Columbus Area Habitat, please visit their official website.
Epperly Tire & Auto Centers is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The three stores are at the following locations:
1642 Whittlesey Rd, Columbus, GA (706) 327-8108
7608 Schomburg Road, Columbus, GA (706) 561-5424
2041 Auburn Avenue, Columbus, GA (706).561-5773
ABOUT EPPERLY TIRE & AUTO CENTER:
Epperly Tire & Auto Center, owned and operated by David Epperly, has been in business for 23 years and has three locations in Columbus, Ga., on Bradley Park, Schomburg Rd, and the most recent location on Auburn Avenue. For more information please visit their official website or visit their Facebook page.
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