Automax Preowned to Support United Way’s Feed A Family Drive for the Holidays

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“Feed a Family For Fifty” Begins It’s Sixth Year

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“We are proud of Automax’s efforts in support of our Feed a Family campaign”

Did you know that 1 in 7 people in Massachusetts go hungry every day? United Way of Tri-County is committed to making a difference in the fight against hunger by helping to feed individuals and families this holiday season. Once again those in need of food will be assisted through the organization’s annual “Feed a Family for Fifty” initiative which last year provided food to 1700 families in the Metrowest/495 Corridor. We are happy to announce that a local auto dealer Automax Preowned has joined us to help support our 2017 Feed a Family campaign which has a goal of feeding 2000 needy families. Automax Preowned, located on Rt9 in Framingham will be running it’s charitable campaign until December 20th. Automax has a target goal of raising $25,000. Automax will be donating a portion of their sales and matching donations from their customers of up to $1,000.

“We are proud of Automax’s efforts in support of our Feed a Family campaign” said Paul L. Mina, President & Chief Executive Officer of the United Way of Tri-County. “We are very grateful for their support and generosity.” Mina said “it looks like this year we will need to feed between 300-400 additional local families during the holidays so the contribution from Automax is very timely.”

Howard Wilner President of Automax Preowned states " We have been a past supporter of United Way and are pleased to be able to help the program this season". Mr Wilner states "Automax has six locations and is in a prime position to contribute donations through it's vast customer base".

If you would like to contribute to the Feed a Family Drive please send an email to feedafamily@automaxpreowned.com or for more information please send an email media(at)automaxpreowned(dot)com.

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