Car dealership donates $26,600 to local schools
"If one kid can be in band that couldn't before, then it's worth it. If one kid can now take art, then we've served our purpose."
- Clayton Hanna, dealership spokesperson
Huntsville, Alabama, USA - At a news conference Tuesday at Bill Heard Chevrolet, General Manager Earl Hudson presented a $26,600 check to Mayor Loretta Spencer, Madison City Schools Assistant Superintendent Dr. Dee Fowler and Huntsville City Schools Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mary Ruth Yates.
Clayton Hanna, public relations executive at Bill Heard, said he hopes the program helps fundraising efforts for the programs.