Service King Donates Car to San Antonio Resident Through Recycled Rides Program

Service King Collision (Service King) recently repaired and donated a 2016 Ford Focus to Brittney Jones, a San Antonio resident, through the National Auto Body Council’s (NABC) Recycled Rides program.

Recycled Rides is a community action initiative where NABC members and others in the auto body repair industry unite with local non-profit organizations to provide deserving individuals with a fully restored vehicle. Service King has donated vehicles through the Recycled Rides program for more than 10 years, according to the company.

“This year has presented many challenges, but we won’t let that stop us from continuing our commitment to service by restoring and donating vehicles to deserving members of our local communities,” said Brent McKinney Service King South Texas market vice president. “We are honored to make this donation to a wonderful family like Brittney and her son.”

Jones, a single mother of one, was nominated by Driving Single Parents, a San Antonio nonprofit organization that helps single parents get back in the driver seat by helping them obtain and maintain affordable and reliable transportation.

This is the sixth vehicle that Service King has donated this year. Farmers Insurance provided the car that Service King repaired and donated to the Joneses.

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