Guaranty Chevrolet and RV Super Centers Helping Special Needs Local Children

Even during the pandemic, Shannon Nill and his company, Guaranty Chevrolet and RV Super Centers, are helping local children with special needs enjoy the freedom of mobility with mini-fleets of ride-on mobility devices called Pumper Cars. Disguised as fun four-wheeled toys, they provide beneficial exercise therapy with full-body workouts.

Guaranty donated several Pumper Cars to the Eugene School District earlier this fall and is now doing the same for the Corvallis School District. This spreads the gift throughout the I-5 corridor, keeping both UO Duck and OSU Beaver fans happy. Even with in-person elementary school classes delayed until next year, kids with special needs may check the cars out now like a library book. The Pumper Cars will be integrated in adapted P.E. programs once schools are back in session.

Nill, who lost an arm due to a car accident as a teenager says, “I enjoy helping kids with special needs. They’re like underdogs. These Pumper Cars give them the chance to play with their friends, exercise and have the fun they deserve.”

Click on this link to read just one of the news stories that covered this very generous donation.

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