Service King’s Nashville Teammates Raise $25,000 For High Hopes Development Center  

Service King’s Nashville Teammates Raise $25,000 For High Hopes Development Center  

In the four-year history of the Service King Nashville Charity Golf Tournament, the organization has raised $75,000 for local non-profit organizations.

Service King Collision Repair Centers, with the help of its locally based Nashville teammates, recently presented a donation in the amount of $25,000 to High Hopes Development Center. High Hopes Development Center has been equipping children and youth to reach their maximum potential for more than 32 years by offering a specialized and focused approach to serving children with and without special needs through two integrated programs.

The donation, made possible through the ongoing Service King Cares initiative and contributions toward Service King’s annual Nashville Charity Golf Tournament, was officially presented to the organization on Monday, Nov. 13.

In the four-year history of the Service King Nashville Charity Golf Tournament, the organization has raised $75,000 for local non-profit organizations.

“The entire Service King family is proud to partner with great organizations like High Hopes,” said Mike Abbott, Service King market vice president. “It’s our hope this small token of our deep appreciation for their work helps to further the mission of equipping children, youth and their families.”

Service King, one of the nation’s fastest-growing and most trusted providers of high-quality automotive repair service, operates 19 locations in the Nashville area and more than 300 repair centers in 24 states nationwide.

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