Butler County Ford Serves as a Food Bank Drop-off Location and Matches Donation Amount

Butler, PA, November 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Butler County Ford, located in downtown Butler, will serve as a food bank drop-off location during the month of November. The food received will be donated to the St. Vincent De Paul Society in Butler. Butler County Ford will also match the cost of food they collect and make a monetary donation to the St. Vincent De Paul Society in Butler.

To encourage donations, each person who donates will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $250 Field & Stream gift card. The winner will be chosen in early December.

“During this season of giving, we are happy we can use our showroom to serve as a food bank drop-off location and help those locally who are in need. We hope to have a large turnout so that we can help to brighten the holidays for some of our neighbors,” said Cathy Glasgow, owner of Butler County Ford.

Butler County Ford will accept donations until the end of November in their newly remodeled showroom, located at 400 South Main Street, Butler, PA 16001. For showroom hours, visit www.ButlerCountyFord.net.

About Butler County Ford

Butler County Ford has served as a staple in downtown Butler since 1918. Located at the corner of Main and Wayne Streets, Butler County Ford occupies a 20,000-plus square foot facility. The dealership employs more than 40 people in sales, service, and parts. The main building is a unique four-story facility with a vehicle elevator for moving vehicles from floor to floor. The service technicians are factory certified, and there is a separate truck service garage with diesel-trained technicians. The parts department employees are also factory trained.

Butler County Ford recently renovated their showroom, including customer-friendly changes like a remodeled customer lounge and guest Wi-Fi access.

About St. Vincent De Paul of Butler

The Society of St. Vincent De Paul located in Butler is a Catholic lay organization that leads people together to grow spiritually by offering person to person service to those who are needy and suffering.

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