- The Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia through its Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Foundation has made a $2 million, six-year pledge to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The money, raised at the annual Philadelphia International Auto Show and Black Tie Tailgate Gala, will support the Auto Dealers CARing for Kids Patient Welcome Center in the Richard D. Wood Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center, the hospital's Duct Busters program and the Trisomy 21 Center for Down Syndrome. When this pledge is completed, the foundation will have given more than $4.5 million to the hospital. The association has 200 dealer members.
- Caren Snead Williams was promoted to vice president and chief division counsel of JM Family Enterprises Inc. and vice president and general counsel of subsidiary JM Service Center LLC, both in Deerfield Beach, Fla. She was assistant vice president and chief division counsel for JM Family and assistant vice president and general counsel for JM Service Center. JM Family owns Southeast Toyota Distributors LLC.
25 with Dodge
Curly McCord, left, of McCord Bros. Dodge in Longview, Wash., receives a 25-year award for Dodge from Jim Young, vice president of the DaimlerChrysler West business center.
35 with Toyota
Norman Schreiber, left, of Northtown Toyota in Amherst, N.Y., receives a 35-year award for Toyota from Ed Laukes, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A.'s New York region general manager.
75 with Ford
Scott Reynolds and Douglas Reynolds of Reynolds Motor Co. in East Moline, Ill., receive a 75-year award for Ford. Pictured, from left, are Mark Buzzell, Ford Lincoln Mercury Chicago regional sales manager; Scott Reynolds; Martin Kopera, Ford Lincoln Mercury Illinois/Iowa district manager; and Douglas Reynolds.