Carolina Auto Auction & Dealers Raise $5,000 for Wounded Warriors

May 28, 2013
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The generosity of dealers, and the matching contributions from CAA, will benefit injured soldiers from the United States Armed Forces that have suffered wounds during combat efforts. 
The generosity of dealers, and the matching contributions from CAA, will benefit injured soldiers from the United States Armed Forces that have suffered wounds during combat efforts.

Carolina Auto Auction and its dealers raised $5,000 for the Wounded Warriors Project throughout the month of May as part of its annual Support the Troops campaign. 

“Carolina Auto Auction campaigned throughout the month of May to raise donations for the Wounded Warriors Project and honor veterans” said Tommy Rogers, General Manager. “One of our veteran employees created a display area in the lanes and on sale day the auction captured photographs of many of the veteran dealers and employees present.” 

The generosity of dealers, and the matching contributions from CAA, will benefit injured soldiers from the United States Armed Forces that have suffered wounds during combat efforts. 

All eight action-packed lanes at the Southeast’s largest independent auto auction were silent in honor of the many brave soldiers who fought for our freedom. CAA hosted the NJROTC from T.L. Hanna High School and held a brief ceremony in remembrance of Memorial Day.

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