The Twycross Zoo in Lorain, Ohio, wanted to thank six local limousine operators for providing rides to disabled kids from the Saxon Hiss Special Needs School. The kids were very excited to ride in limos and visit animals. The zoo's website covered the event with a photo to get the word out on something very positive being given to the community. Steve Mallen, Owner of Select Chauffeurs said, "I am really grateful to All Star American Limousines, Capital Limousines, Heartbeat Limousines, Home James Cars, and Special Occasion Cars for their support, by providing their limousines free of charge. We are also grateful to Brownhills Glass for kindly sponsoring the entrance costs. Without their help I would not have been able to take so many children for the trip to Twycross Zoo."
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