Operations

Former Chauffeur Gives Limo Nights Out To Struggling People

Posted on May 28, 2014

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Sara Bond’s eyes widened as the 10-foot stretch limousine pulled up Thursday evening at the Santiam Highway Dutch Bros.

But she and fellow barista Aaron Atkins soon were beaming as they learned about H.O.P. E. Albany Inc., and scrambled to fill the orders for the eleven H.O.P.E. passengers inside.

Full story at www.gazzettetimes.com.

Related Topics: charity, community involvement, industry charity, New York operators, stretch limousine

Comments ( 9 )
  •  | about 4 years ago

    Good job ! We do something similar with under privileged highschool kids at prom time. Keep up the good work.

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