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Nebraska Truck Center in the holiday spirit

Jason Cannon December 24, 2013

NTC-ChristmasTreeNebraska Truck Center set a company record of more than $10,000 in employee giving in the three communities where the dealership operates, just in time to make several local families’ Christmas a lot merrier.

Lindsey Marshall, marketing and sales promotions coordinator for Nebraska Truck Center, Inc. says employees at each of the company’s three dealerships gave back to their respective communities at record levels.

Grand Island, Neb. employees donated money, which was matched with a donation from the company, to purchase gifts for local families for the holidays. Employees contributed $535 and Nebraska Truck Center added $250. With that money, Marshall says the dealership adopted two families.

North Platte, Neb. employees donated money and toys (along with the company) for the Santa Cop program. Hastings, Neb. employees – along with the company – donated money and toys for the Toys for Tots program.

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