Furrow Automotive Group is putting a new spin on assisting a needy this holiday deteriorate by seeking a open to assistance fill dual vehicles with toys, wardrobe and other necessities.
Furrow is seeking for assistance to “Fill a Land Rover and “Fill a Sprinter” with equipment for Mission of Hope, a Knoxville-based method that galvanizes a village to assistance people in need via Appalachia. Vehicles will be on a lots during Land Rover and Knoxville and Mercedes-Benz of Knoxville, respectively.
“We wish to fill both of these vehicles to a margin to assistance as many people as probable have a happy holiday season,” pronounced Lee Ann Furrow Tolsma, co-owner of Furrow Automotive Group. “Mission of Hope helps perform needs that are really simple though intensely suggestive to a families who accept assistance. We are respected to assistance in any approach we can.”
Items being collected include: wardrobe for children in kindergarten by eighth grade, like winter coats, jeans, shirts, blouses, hosiery and underwear; toys like movement figure and doll playsets, electronic games and remote control vehicles; full-sized hygiene equipment like toothpaste, toothbrushes, bar soap and two-in-one shampoo/conditioner; and non-perishable food equipment like canned tuna, soup, fruit and vegetables, macaroni and cheese, oatmeal, peanut butter, dusty beans and rice.
Items for Mission of Hope will be collected between Nov 14 and Dec 23.
Furrow Automotive Group is celebrating the 100th anniversary of operation. Furrow’s dealerships embody Mercedes-Benz of Knoxville, Land Rover of Knoxville, intelligent core Knoxville, Land Rover of Chattanooga, Jaguar of Chattanooga, Infiniti of Chattanooga and Porsche of Chattanooga.