Iowa Dealerships Serve Communities During Pandemic

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Iowa dealerships have found new and innovative ways to serve their communities during the global pandemic.

Jensen Dealerships (Sioux City) handed out grocery store gift cards to shoppers as they were walking in to local supermarkets.

Willis Automotive (Clive) partnered with the United Way and Cars & Coffee Des Moines for a car parade along a route including organizations dedicated to helping children. The dealership also filled a parts delivery van with food and supply donations for Orchard Place.

Pocahontas Ford (Pocahontas) served free curbside pancakes with a special guest, the Easter Bunny, on the day before Easter. Approximately 560 people took part in the dealership’s distant dining celebration.

During these uncertain times, stories of how dealerships are bringing joy to their communities are a bright spot. Does your dealership have a story to share? Send an email to Brittany Bungert with the details.


Updated: May 26, 2020