Auto Group Cleans Police, Fire Vehicles

By Staff Writer June 09, 2020 157

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Murphy Auto Group dealerships have provided sanitization service to first responders, distributing thousands of meals and masks, and eliminating medical debt in the CSRA.

Murphy Auto Group sourced GTECH Clean Complete Germ Protection as a sanitization option to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria and viruses, including coronavirus. Miracle Toyota in Haines City, Fla., invited the local police and fire departments to receive GTECH sanitization for their vehicles at no charge. Hundreds of cars were sanitized for the Haines City Fire Department, the Polk County Sheriff’s Department, and medical professionals from Advent Hospital. Miracle Toyota also provided free oil changes for first responders during the month of April.

Murphy Auto Group partnered with Feeding Tampa Bay and Golden Harvest Food Bank in the CSRA to donate and distribute 11,000 complete meals to CSRA and Polk County families in need. Murphy Auto Group also donated 10,000 masks to the community in Haines City and the CSRA via VA Hospitals, churches, and local charities. Additionally, the dealerships gave away four masks per family during weekends in May.

The auto group also paid off $1.5 million in medical debt for more than 500 families in the CSRA through a partnership with Rest in Peace Medical Debt, a nonprofit based in New York. Several local families in the CSRA will receive a letter from RIP Medical Debt notifying them that through the Murphy Auto Group donations, $1.5 million of medical debt will be wiped out.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 09 June 2020 14:29

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