Keystone Ford Proudly Supports Local High School During Annual "Stuff the Truck" Event

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Support from Keystone Ford helped make this year’s "Stuff the Truck" event a success for the students and parents of Chambersburg Area Senior High School. The donation drive helped collect clothing for underprivileged students.

My hat goes off to the CASHS PTA as they worked behind the scenes to put this whole thing together. All of us at Keystone Ford are thrilled that every year we have the opportunity to help make a difference for local high school students.

Keystone Ford proudly supported Chambersburg Area High School’s annual “Stuff The Truck” event. The donation drive, which took place on September 25, 2015, collects clothing for students who have trouble affording attire that complies with the high school’s dress code.

Several years ago, the Chambersburg Area Senior High School Parent Teacher Association (PTA) noticed a need for dress code appropriate clothing amongst students from lower income families. The PTA organized this clothing drive to address this need, and it has become an annual event. Several local businesses, including Keystone Ford, annually support the event, making “Stuff The Truck” a true community effort.

"The ‘Stuff The Truck’ event just keeps getting better and better," Gary Paolini, a representative from Keystone Ford, said. "My hat goes off to the CASHS PTA as they worked behind the scenes to put this whole thing together. All of us at Keystone Ford are thrilled that every year we have the opportunity to help make a difference for local high school students."

Final results of this year's drive have not been tallied, but last year the event benefited more than 100 students and their families. Donated items include shoes, clothes, coats and other accessories. The new or gently used clothing is collected in a room in the high school. From there, students can access dress code appropriate donations. Any items that are too small are sent to local elementary or middle schools. This coordination means the clothing drive does not just benefit CASHS but the entire school district.

For more information on the "Stuff The Truck" event or on Keystone Ford, please contact Gary Paolini. The dealership can be reached by calling (717) 709-2210 or more information can be accessed online by visiting http://www.keystoneford.com. The dealership is located at 301 Walker Road, Chambersburg, PA 17201.

A trusted Ford dealership in the Chambersburg area, Keystone Ford has been in business for over 30 years. They offer a full line of commercial vehicles in addition to passenger cars and trucks. With guaranteed credit approval and affordable financing options, the dealership strives to get each customer into their desired new or pre-owned vehicle. The dealership also has a service center with regular service specials.

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