We’re thrilled to announce a new partnership with the New Auto Dealers Association of Utah. Craig Bickmore, the organization’s executive director, pledged during the superintendents annual meeting today that his organization will provide Pumper Cars for special needs students statewide. Throughout the summer, school officials will determine the number of children in their districts who would most benefit from this donation. We will then coordinate with local dealers to place Pumper Cars in the area schools.
This project was jump-started last fall and this spring with donations in five counties by Droubay Chevrolet, Stephen Wade Auto Group, and Bradshaw Chevrolet. Cathy Cahoon, a specialist who work with special-needs-children in these counties, told the superintendents about the notable progress that’s already been seen in these students’ physical and academic abilities. We invite you to read the article below from The Davis Clipper that provides more information about our successful presentation and how the Pumper Cars have begun to change the lives of special-needs-children in Utah.
Now that we’ve secured this incredible donation across the state of Utah, we’re headed north to Idaho to see how we can help the students in their 90+ school districts.