Judith Schumacher-Tilton is Recognized by the Honor Legion of the Police Departments of the State of New Jersey (NJHL)

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President and Dealer Principal, Judith Schumacher-Tilton of Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group is Recognized by the Honor Legion of the Police Departments of the State of NJ for her Community Outreach and Dealerships’ Support of Local Law Enforcement.

Judith Schumacher-Tilton receives award from Jim Durkin, a past president of the NJHL

Every day, police officers put their lives at risk to protect us. Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group is honored to support the brave men and women who serve our communities, and I thank the Police Honor Legion for this award.

The Honor Legion of the Police Departments of the State of New Jersey (also known as the New Jersey Police Honor Legion) recently recognized Judith Schumacher-Tilton, president and dealer principal of Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group, as an honored citizen for her company’s support of the organization. Schumacher-Tilton was given a special award citing her charitable contributions to the organization as well as to the communities in which she lives and works. The award was given during the NJHL monthly meeting on January 27 at the Brownstone in Paterson, NJ.

“This award is given to citizens who shine above everyone else in their support to local law enforcement,” said Jim Durkin, a past president of the NJHL. “Schumacher Chevrolet has been a big supporter of the NJHL, which has helped us continue our important work for families.”

The non-profit fraternal organization draws its membership from all law enforcement agencies throughout New Jersey; its core mission is to provide financial, moral and other support to widows and families of law enforcement officers who are slain in the line of duty. The NJHL relies heavily on one major fundraiser a year as well as private donations and membership dues to provide these benefits.

Schumacher-Tilton, a second-generation automotive dealership owner said that, “Every day, police officers put their lives at risk to protect us. Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group is honored to support the brave men and women who serve our communities, and I thank the Police Honor Legion for this award.”

Schumacher-Tilton has been recognized on numerous occasions for her extensive community outreach initiatives and business achievements, and her dealerships have been honored with many prestigious automotive industry awards for excellence in service. Among them: a 2013 Ally Dealer Hero (by Ally Auto) in recognition of her founding, with son Stephen Tilton Jr., Give the Kids Hope Foundation, Inc., which supports recreational and educational programs for underprivileged children in northern New Jersey; the Women’s Choice Award by Women Certified in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015; and being nominated as 2012 TIME Dealer of the Year, becoming New Jersey's first-ever female to compete for this very prestigious award. She won the Northeast Regional title and was among the four finalists for the national title which was published in TIME Magazine.

For more information about the Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group, visit http://www.schumacherchevrolet.com

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About Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group
Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group is the parent company of three Chevrolet dealerships in Clifton, Little Falls and Denville, N.J. and.is the largest volume Chevrolet dealership in the state. At the helm of Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group are President and Dealer Principal Judith Schumacher-Tilton and her son, CFO Stephen Tilton, Jr. Their charitable organization, Give the Kids Hope Foundation, Inc., (http://GiveTheKidsHope.org) is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping underprivileged children in northern New Jersey.

About the New Jersey Police Honor Legion
The Honor Legion of the Police Departments of the State of New Jersey (https://www.njhl.com/) is a fraternal organization comprising approximately 5,500 active and retired law enforcement officers of every federal, state, county, and local agency throughout the State of New Jersey. It develops and encourages fraternal, charitable, social, and educational activities of its members and supports societal programs. NJHL provides financial and moral support and assistance to families of New Jersey law enforcement officers who are killed in the line of duty. An officer must have risked his/her life in the line of duty in order to qualify for membership in the statewide organization.

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