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PPE donations

Courtesy photos Ford Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Day was held Jan. 12 at Stuckey Ford, Hollidaysburg. Stuckey Ford and the Ford Motor Co. donated 11,000 face masks to the Pennsylvania State Police, Troop G, Hollidaysburg. Shown are (from left): Trooper Ryan Zupon, Pennsylvania State Police; Bobby Krouse, sales professional, Stuckey Ford; Tyler Gibbons, sales professional, Stuckey Ford; Aaron Cunningham, sales manager, Stuckey Ford; Matt Stuckey, president, Stuckey Ford; Adam Polites, finance manager, Stuckey Ford; and Trooper Joseph Dunsmore, Pennsylvania State Police. The national program inspired the launch of Ford’s #FinishStrong campaign, a public call to action encouraging Americans to protect each other and save lives until COVID-19 vaccines become more widely distributed. To date, Ford has made 55 million masks and will hit 100 million masks for donations by mid-2021.

Courtesy photos

Ford Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Day was held Jan. 12 at Stuckey Ford, Hollidaysburg. Stuckey Ford and the Ford Motor Co. donated 11,000 face masks to the Pennsylvania State Police, Troop G, Hollidaysburg. Shown are (from left): Trooper Ryan Zupon, Pennsylvania State Police; Bobby Krouse, sales professional, Stuckey Ford; Tyler Gibbons, sales professional, Stuckey Ford; Aaron Cunningham, sales manager, Stuckey Ford; Matt Stuckey, president, Stuckey Ford; Adam Polites, finance manager, Stuckey Ford; and Trooper Joseph Dunsmore, Pennsylvania State Police. The national program inspired the launch of Ford’s #FinishStrong campaign, a public call to action encouraging Americans to protect each other and save lives until COVID-19 vaccines become more widely distributed. To date, Ford has made 55 million masks and will hit 100 million masks for donations by mid-2021.

Ford Motor Co., through the Apollo Project, provided area dealers with an opportunity to distribute personal protective equipment masks. Tyrone Ford and its sister store Raystown Ford were able to distribute just under 30,000 masks on Jan. 12. Tyrone Ford provided masks to these organizations: Aaron Delay from Neptune Fire Department, Diane Irwin from the Tyrone Rotary Club, Tom Kovoe from Bellwood Antis School, Lt. Mike Whiteford from Bellwood Fire Department, Richard Snyder II from the Glendale Education Foundation and Harry Dillon from Hookies Blazing Arrow Fire Department. The Pennsylvania State Police received 22,800 masks for wide distribution to those in need. In addition several other nonprofit groups (school PTOs) were provided masks from Raystown Ford.

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