Coleman Chevrolet Helps Disabled Adults through Ark-La-Tex Challenge

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Coleman Chevrolet helps disabled adults by recently participating in the Ark-La-Tex Challenge, a charity bike race that donates proceeds to the United Way Texarkana Resources.

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Coleman Chevrolet once again has given back to the community through its sponsorship and participation in the first annual “Ark-La-Tex Challenge” which was held on April 6, 2013. Michael Coleman, owner of Coleman Chevrolet and Coleman Chrysler, joined over 60 other participants to help raise money for the United Way’s Texarkana Resources for the Disabled, Inc. The starting point for the tour was Liberty-Elyau High School located in Texarkana, Texas.

The “Ark-La-Tex Challenge” gave local businesses and individuals the chance to sponsor and participate in a 100k, 80k, 65k or 25k bike ride on scenic routes through the countryside and several rural towns in the Texarkana area. The “Ark-La-Tex Challenge” raised well over the $20,000 goal set by its organizers. The proceeds raised were to benefit the United Way Texarkana Resources for the Disabled, Inc. The Texarkana Resources program provides life-skills training, pre-vocational training and help in seeking employment for disabled adults in the tri-state area. They not only help disabled adults with employment needs, they also help provide independent living training with the goal of helping them transition to semi-independent or independent community housing.

Coleman Chevrolet and Coleman Chrysler have been providing for the automotive needs of the residents of the Texarkana area since 1996. They offer a large selection of new and used vehicles as well as financing, service and parts as well. Owner Michael Coleman is committed to providing great products and services to the residents of the Texarkana area as well as giving back to the community as well. For more information on Coleman Chevrolet or Coleman Chrysler, please visit their website at, or visit them in person at 510 Addison Street in New Boston.

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Michael Bartlett