Shults Salutes Community Heroes

The Shults Auto Group launched their Heroes program earlier this year in an effort to strengthen their commitment to the communities where they have dealerships. Donation objectives were established at all dealerships who would retain a portion of each vehicle sale to support the various local charities and organizations in their community.

Customers purchasing a vehicle were given a choice of several organizations that they could support and their donations were accumulated for the various organizations during the four month long program. As a result, twenty one different organizations and charities, as selected by Shults dealerships, will share a portion of a substantial amount in donations.

Shults Toyota, Edmond Chevrolet and their customers have enjoyed participating in the Shults Heroes program. Pictured is Steve Hopkins, General Manager, presenting checks to Kurt Wallace, Bradford Rotary Club; Shane Launer, American Cancer Society; Dorie Meabon, American Cancer Society; Steve Hopkins; Francie Ambuske, Bradford Hospital Foundation and Bradford Community Health Center; Stoney Greenberg , Bradford Exchange Club and Bill Fargo, Derrick City Volunteer Fire Department.

“We have been committed to our community including the growth of our children, safety of our neighborhoods and the overall health and wellbeing of our community for the past 40 years” commented Tim Shults, owner of the Auto Group. “I would like to thank our many loyal customers and coworkers who worked together to support this most important community program.”

Shults Auto Group is one of the largest dealership groups in South Western New York and North Western Pennsylvania. Shults dealerships, Resale Centers and Express Lube and Tire Centers are located in Jamestown, Lakewood, Westfield, Dunkirk, Fredonia and Olean New York. Pennsylvania Dealerships are located in Bradford and Warren. For additional information visit the Shults Auto Group at

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