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International Cars, Ltd. donates $10,000 for First Responders and American Red Cross Month

Posted by Christina Jedra  April 12, 2013 10:00 AM

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General Manager of Honda North, Richard Collins, Executive Director of American Red Cross Northeast MA, Frederica Doeringer, CEO of International Cars, Ltd. Marshall Jespersen


The following was submitted by the Ebben Zall Group: 

The International Cars, Ltd. (ICL) family of dealerships invited its customers and community to join them this past March for their 3rd Annual First Responders Sales Drive. The dealerships, which include Honda North in Danvers, MA and New Hampshire’s Dover Chevrolet, Dover Honda, Audi Stratham, and Porsche Stratham, offered first responders and emergency personnel employee pricing throughout March, which is “American Red Cross Month”. In addition to employee pricing, for each vehicle sold, the dealerships donated $100, totaling $10,000 in donations, to support the Disaster Action Team of the American Red Cross of Northeast Massachusetts.

“ICL is delighted to support the American Red Cross through our 3rd Annual First Responders Sales Drive,” said Marshall Jespersen, President and CEO of International Cars, Ltd. “Every day, our local police, firefighters and EMS teams put their safety on the line to help others in crisis, which is why ICL and its employee-owners take pride in supporting the American Red Cross and we look forward to continuing our strong partnership with them."

The American Red Cross of Northeast Massachusetts has held its Charter since May 20, 1933. The chapter serves a population of over 749,000 people in the county of Essex. In 2012, it responded to 64 local disasters providing assistance to 120 families. The chapter's Disaster Action Teams (DAT) are on call around the clock to respond to local disasters that mostly happen one family at a time.  They provide emergency assistance, supplies and comfort, as well as teach disaster preparedness in the community. http://www.redcross.org

ICL's community involvement is an ongoing commitment through recent contributions such as February’s Food for Friend’s drive for local food pantries. For more information on ICL and its dealerships, please visit www.iclautos.com.

About International Cars, Ltd: 
International Cars, Ltd. is an employee owned company comprised of five New England area dealerships.  The New Hampshire locations include; Dover Auto World: with Honda and Chevrolet franchises, Porsche of Stratham and Audi Stratham. Honda North is located in Danvers, Massachusetts. The International Cars’ team, company-wide, is one that values ownership, accountability, and the importance of high-level service and customer satisfaction.

International Cars is headquartered at Honda North in Danvers, MA and is the recipient of several industry awards, including the 2007 Governor’s Highway Safety Association Peter K. O’Rourke Special Achievement Award and the Time Magazine 2006 Quality Dealer Award.  Honda North is a five-time Honda President’s Award winner, which is the most prestigious honor that Honda can grant to one of its dealerships. Dover Auto World in NH is a two-time President’s Award winner. 

Audi Stratham is a two-time recipient of the Audi Magna Society Award, and Porsche Stratham has been recognized as a Porsche Premier Dealer. International Cars has also earned several AACE (Annual Award for Communications Excellence) Awards through The National ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) Association.

The Employee Owners of International Cars, Ltd. take great pride in supporting charitable based initiatives that directly impact their local communities.  This type of involvement is an integral part of the success of employee ownership.  For more information on International Cars, please call Ebben Zall Group at 781-449-3244 or visit www.iclautos.com.

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