Limo Services In L.A. And N.Y. Donate Turkeys

LCT Magazine
Posted on November 22, 2011
In a sign of holiday goodwill, Jackson Limousine Service in Los Angeles and Matt Silver’s Ultimate Class Limousine in New York have provided food for the less fortunate in their respective regions. Jackson Limousine gave away about 10,000 boxes of food that contained turkey, cornbread, yams, cranberry sauce and more, in South L.A. for the 23rd year in a row. The event was held in the company’s fleet yard. LCT reported on Jackson's charity event last year.
On the opposite coast, operator Matt Silver used about a dozen limousines to deliver more than 100 turkeys in support of Island Harvest’s Annual Holiday Season Food Drive. Ultimate Class Limousine has had a long history of charitable participation and contribution
“Giving back to the community has always been important to me, and we wanted to help attract some attention to the great work Island Harvest does locally,” said Silver, president of Ultimate Class Limousine. “Our donation is a small part of the effort local hunger relief organizations make year round, and we hope that our participation inspires others to contribute and support their mission.”
Charitable donations, especially during the holidays, are a way for companies and individuals to give back to their communities and lend a helping hand to people in need. Charities can generate a good amount of positive press and show clients and business partners that a company has its heart in the right place.
To learn more about these operations and their charity work, please visit Jackson Limousine Service and Matt Silver’s Ultimate Class Limousine on their respective websites: and -- Michael Campos, LCT assistant editor

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