SCHOMP AUTOMOTIVE TO HOLD CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL COLORADO SALES EVENT JULY 23-28, 2012
While many Denver area dealerships typically have a "huge inventory clearance" every other week, Schomp Automotive has held just one significant sale annually - The Children's Hospital Sales Event.
For the last 22 years, Schomp has raised more than $285,000 for the Children's Colorado Burn Center from proceeds generated from new and pre-owned vehicles sold at Schomp Honda and Schomp MINI, 5700 South Broadway in Littleton; and Schomp BMW, 1190 Plum Valley Lane in Highlands Ranch (Lucent Blvd. exit off C-470).
Established over 30 years ago, the Children's Colorado Burn Center is the only one in the state dedicated to treating pediatric burn patients and providing burn prevention education. Schomp's partnership with Children's Colorado began with the inaugural Ralph Schomp Antique Fire Truck Muster in 1986. For several years, the dealership closed on one Saturday each July and cleared its lots of automobiles to host a fire engine parade, fire safety demonstrations, and displays of antique and modern fire rescue vehicles. Children's Colorado Burn Unit became the muster's logical designated charity.
Says Aaron Wallace, son of Lisa Schomp and fourth generation owner of Schomp Automotive, "Our employees and customers take great pride in knowing that proceeds from the Children's Colorado Sales Event help fund equipment needed to treat kids suffering from devastating burn injuries."For more information, visit schomp.com or childrenscolorado.org.
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