CJ’s Tire receives 2011 Jeremy Carroll Award for its support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association
READING, Pa. – Nov. 21, 2011. CJ’s Tire & Automotive Services was honored at the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Black and Blue Ball, Friday, Nov. 18 at Classic Harley Davidson in Leesport, for its continued support of MDA.
According to the Jeremy Carroll Foundation, the award is given annually to a company or individual who has “kept Jeremy’s indomitable spirit alive by supporting the fight against muscle diseases.”
For the past two years, CJ’s has donated to MDA, and is also a continued supporter of breast cancer research, local youth athletics, Toys for Tots and Unicef.
“We are truly honored to be receiving this award,” said Paul Levengood, owner of CJ’s Tire. “We are very thankful to our customers, vendors and employees for their team effort in our fundraising initiatives.”
This year’s Black and Blue Ball brought in more than $90,000, which benefits the local chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association and local families affected by neuromuscular disease.
About CJ’s Tire
Headquartered in Birdsboro, Pa., CJ’s Tire & Automotive Services is a family-owned and operated company with 12 retail locations throughout southeastern Pennsylvania. In 2011, CJ’s celebrated its 40th anniversary and continues to combine a high-level of name-brand product lines with an even higher level of customer service and satisfaction. For more information, visit www.cjtire.com or contact Heather Zabicki at 610-404-0224 ext. 142.
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