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CarMax Opens Two New Stores

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CarMax Inc. celebrated the grand opening of the company’s new stores in Lynnwood and Puyallup, as its first locations in the Puget Sound region of Washington state.
These new stores bring more than 200 new jobs to the area, and will provide customers with a selection of between 200 and 400 vehicle options at each location.
During the grand opening celebration, CarMax announced that The CarMax Foundation will invest approximately $95,000 to build a playground in the Puget Sound area. The playground is expected to be built next year through a partnership with Kaboom, a national nonprofit ensuring that all kids get the balance of play they need .
CarMax also announced that The CarMax Foundation will be providing $25,000 in grants and donations to local organizations, including Junior Achievement of Washington and Communities in Schools of Puyallup. CarMax associates in Lynnwood and Puyallup nominated these organizations to receive the contributions and have enjoyed participating in volunteer events with both groups.

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