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Manheim Seattle announced a $12,500 donation to Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust. The gift is in conjunction with the first-ever Cox Conserves Chairman's Cup, an internal program that recognizes Manheim field locations for implementing sustainable business practices.
As the program winner, Manheim Seattle was awarded $12,500 to donate to a local environmental nonprofit and selected Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust as the recipient.
The donation will be used to fund community projects such as road, trail and recreational access improvements in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley and completion of a new, family-safe trail to the top of Mailbox Peak.
The Cox Conserves Chairman's Cup was established in 2012 and is designed to motivate Cox companies to challenge each other through environmental efforts in and around their locations. The winner was asked to donate their winnings to an environmental charity committed to supporting eco-friendly practices. Manheim Seattle was selected for their many environmental accomplishments that included developing a holistic recycling program, supporting wetland development and creating partnerships with customers to promote green activities.