Vancouver, WA, July 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- On Thursday, July 7th , Vancouver Police Activities League’s (PAL) youth members and Vancouver police officers who volunteer with PAL welcomed a new addition to the league; a Ford Windstar passenger van donated by Dick Hannah Dealerships. Dick Hannah presented the 8 passenger van to PAL youth members and volunteers. Vancouver Police Chief Clifford Cook officially accepted the van on behalf of the Vancouver Police Activities League. The van doubles as a moving billboard for Vancouver PAL as it has a full vehicle wrap which features Vancouver youth members and police officers to promote the program throughout the community.
The Vancouver Police Activities League works with the youth in the community by providing athletic and academic activities including environmental education, boxing, literacy, summer football camps and after school programs. With no permanent location to host activities, PAL is required to be on the move quite often. To learn more about the Vancouver PAL, see their web site at http://www.vancouverpal.com
Family owned since 1949, Dick Hannah Dealerships is dedicated to providing excellent customer service, maintaining a positive and productive work environment, and conducting business in a way that promotes the highest principles of integrity and ethical behavior. Dick Hannah Dealerships features franchise auto dealers selling both new cars and used cars through their Acura, Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Subaru, Toyota-Scion and Volkswagen Dealerships. As the largest privately owned auto dealer company in the state of Washington, Dick Hannah Dealerships is also setting the standard for environmental best practices for automobile dealerships. Teaming up with the National Arbor Day Foundation, Dick Hannah Dealerships plants a tree with every car they sell. Now, over 54,000 trees have been planted. To learn more visit www.dickhannah.com.
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