Summit Truck Group donates $11,000 to Memphis charity

Jonathan Willis

August 10, 2017

summit truck group gives to ronal mcdonald house
Ben Kizer, Summit Truck Group service sales representative), Jarie Pritchard, Summit Truck Group office manager, Rickey Hall, Summit Truck Group area operations director, Malayna McGhee, special events manager for Ronald McDonald House, Kristin Owens, Summit Truck Group sales administrator, and Dick Sweebe, Summit Truck Group partner.

Summit Truck Group of Memphis recently presented the local Ronald McDonald House Charities with a check for $11,000.

The company held its 15th annual golf tournament in Collierville, Tenn., on June 8, offering various sponsorship levels to select suppliers to fund the tournament, with a percentage of all money raised going directly to the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Memphis.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis, at no charge to their guests, provides supportive services and “keeps families close” while children are receiving treatment for cancer and other catastrophic childhood illnesses at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. They enable families to focus on the health of their children rather than anything else ‒ paying bills, cooking meals, or cleaning the house.

The following suppliers contributed to Summit Truck Group’s event this year, which allowed Summit to donate funds to the Ronald McDonald House Charities: BMO, Commercial Fleet Finance, Cummins, Delco Remy, Eaton, Engs Finance, ExxonMobil, First Tennessee Bank, Fleetguard, Fontaine, Isuzu, Mace’s Towing, Meritor, Morgan Corp., Premium 2000, Shell, Shepherd Insurance, Webb Wheel and Weller Truck Parts.

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