Employees from Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) and its Southern Region Office in Jacksonville with assistance from a local dealership, Mercedes-Benz of Jacksonville, on Friday delivered a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Passenger Van to Kim’s Open Door, an area non-profit whose volunteers serve the city’s at-risk children by providing them with access to mentorship, educational assistance, the arts and local community events.
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Kim’s Open Door founder, Kim Bogart, takes delivery of her organization’s Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Passenger Van that was refurbished by Mercedes-Benz USA employees. (Photo: Business Wire)
Kim’s Open Door acquired the pre-owned Sprinter with financial assistance from MBUSA to offset any associated costs. Together with Mercedes-Benz of Jacksonville, employees from the company’s Southern Region Office and its Mercedes-Benz Vans team worked to pinpoint the most suitable vehicle to buy. From there, the Sprinter was shipped to Mercedes-Benz USA where its team of Jacksonville-based engineers and technicians donated more than 300 hours of their personal time to refurbish the vehicle to an optimal mechanical condition. Concurrently, employees at Mercedes-Benz of Jacksonville donated their time and resources to repair damage to the van’s body.
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