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Leading Southern California auto repair company H. Heaven Auto Repair has joined forces with Wheels to Prosper to give away a fully-serviced car to a deserving local community member. The winner will be announced at the end of July, 2014.
Huntington Beach, California (PRWEB) July 01, 2014
Wheels to Prosper is back with its nationwide car giveaway program. During the month of July 2014, a lucky candidate will drive away in a fully-serviced car in fine working condition for free. This year, Huntington Beach auto repair shop H. Heaven Auto Repair is participating in the initiative. The company is inviting local residents to nominate an individual they believe deserves the car. The most compelling essay describing why the nominated candidate is worthy of a great set of wheels will win the contest. The contest is already underway and the name of the winner will be made public during the month of July 2014
H. Heaven Auto Repair is using social media to invite recommendations and nominations for the 2014 Wheels to Prosper giveaway. In business since 1979, H. Heaven Auto Repair provides auto servicing, repair and maintenance to several cities in Orange County. The family-owned and operated company repairs and services domestic, European and Asian branded vehicles. It maintains an official website at http://www.hheaven.com where customers can leave reviews on Yelp, Insider Pages and Citysearch, make car repair appointments, and ask car repair questions . The site also has a section on car tips that provides information to car owners on effective maintenance and care.
Wheels to Prosper was started by auto industry professionals Dino Di Guilio and Jody Gatchell three years ago. Motivated by the enthused response from local automotive businesses like H.Heaven, the program expanded to a nationwide presence across many states. Wheels to Prospers shared vision with H.Heaven is focused on delivering value to the local community by awarding residents who struggle to make ends meet yet help others selflessly or those who desperately need a car to overcome their disabilities and provide a good life for their families. Previous winners include single moms pursuing continuing education, seniors looking after their grandchildren, and young, inspirational individuals who volunteer proactively towards community programs.
The parallel goal of the giveaway is to forge deeper relationships between local residents and businesses, based on trust and a concern for each others' well-being. To this end, Wheels to Prosper has a marketing outreach strategy in place to attract the attention of auto companies. Steve McNamara, owner of H.Heaven Auto repair, believes that the program presents a great opportunity for businesses to strengthen their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives as well as support a needy family in the local area.
About H.Heaven Auto Repair: H.Heaven Auto Repair is a family owned and operated business providing high quality auto repair in Southern California since 1979. Our primary goal to provide superior customer service and to keep you and your family in a safe and reliable vehicle. Our highly skilled mechanics are fully certified on all repairs they do on your vehicle and combined have over 100 years of experience working on all vehicle makes and models. H.Heaven Auto Repair proudly serves the local communities of Huntington Beach, Seal Beach, Irvine, Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, Westminster, Garden Grove, Newport Beach and Cypress. http://www.hheaven.com
About Wheels to Prosper: Wheels to Prosper is a nationwide car giveaway program established in 2011 with the purpose to bring more cheer and foster a greater sense of community between local auto services and residents. The program has helped 108 people, given out 36 cars and witnessed participation from 31 shops and counting. http://wheelstoprosper.org/
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