TrueCar Makes Donation to DAV and Announces Dealership Winners of $21K Challenge From NADA

TrueCar announces a donation to DAV (Disabled American Veterans) and the four nonprofit organizations of choice from the winning dealerships of the $21K Challenge.

In support of TrueCar’s ongoing commitment to the military community, TrueCar pledged to donate $100, up to $11,000, to DAV for every meeting set during NADA. Additionally, four dealerships were picked at random to win a $2,500 donation for a nonprofit organization of their choice. TrueCar is committed to donating $11,000 to DAV and $2,500 four nonprofit organizations, for a total donation of $21,000.

“TrueCar has a shared value with our dealer partners to positively impact the communities in which we do business,” said Mike Darrow, CEO & President at TrueCar. “This giveaway is extremely meaningful to our organization, and we are honored to support our dealers and military community through this momentous opportunity with our long-time partner, DAV.”

TrueCar Dealership Winners and Nonprofit of Choice

Additionally, Trophy Nissan in Mesquite, Texas plans to match the $2,500 donation from TrueCar to Sharing Life, making a total donation of $5,000 to the Texas based, non-profit organization.

“DAV has found a faithful and committed partner in TrueCar, a company that, time and again, proves its dedication to our nation’s heroes,” said DAV National Adjutant and CEO Marc Burgess. “This generous donation will help ensure DAV continues to provide the best service to America’s veterans by funding programs that directly impact the wellbeing of disabled veterans, their families and survivors.”

Cory Remsburg and DAV joined TrueCar on TrueCar’s Industry Insider Facebook Live show to announce the winners on Friday, February 12. To watch a recording of the event: https://www.facebook.com/TrueCarDealers/.

For more information on the NADA 2021 giveaway: https://dealerportal.truecar.com/dealer/nada2021.

Source: TrueCar Makes Donation to DAV and Announces Dealership Winners of $21K Challenge From NADA