The Low Book Sales Foundation is Driving Home Help to Families
October 26, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsThe Low Book Sales® Foundation, a charitable, non-profit organization founded by Low Book Sales, the largest independent car dealer in Utah, has unveiled its Q4 plans to disperse funds. The winter season is always filled with those needing a helping hand, and the Low Book Sales Foundation is planning ahead. On August 1, 2007, the Foundation donated $40,000.00 to the Primary Children’s Medical Center. "I want to give twice as much to charity as we ever have in the past," says David Nielson, President & CEO of Low Book Sales, "this contribution is only the beginning."
The Low Book Sales Foundation was started when Mr. Nielson decided to put aside $50.00 from every car purchase to be used for charitable purposes. "It has always been my philosophy to give back to the community," emotes Mr. Nielson. "I recently read the book Winners Never Cheat by Jon Huntsman, and have required my entire executive staff to read it as well. There is a lot of wisdom in what Huntsman has done."
Indeed the Low Book Sales Foundation has made large donations to Primary Children’s Medical Center, victims of Hurricane Katrina, victims of drunk driving, and many more. The plans for Q4 2007 are to continue moving forward. "We put the money from every car into a separate fund," says Chas Felt, CFO of Low Book Sales, "and every four to six months, we use that money to help the community."
Low Book Sales® is the largest independent car dealer in Utah with locations in Lindon City of Utah County, Salt Lake City of Salt Lake County, and Ogden City of Weber County. (www.lowbooksales.com) Low Book Sales was established over 11 years ago, and is known for catchy jingles, and phrases such as "Apply Today • Drive Away," "A Better Way To Buy A Car," and "Building Customers For Life." The Low Book Sales Foundation donates $50.00 from every vehicle sold to charitable causes. Recent donations have gone to help victims of Hurricane Katrina, patients of Primary Children’s Medical Center, victims of drunk driving accidents, The Festival of Trees, and other good causes. You can read more about these donations at www.lbsfoundation.com.
company: Low Book Sales
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