We here at Terry Henricks Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram aren't ones to take things for granted. We're healthy, we love our jobs and we get to spend all our days around satisfied customers and award-winning models. Unfortunately, there are many out there who aren't so fortunate.

Now that our parent automaker has once again committed themselves to helping those in need, the pride just continues to grow.

Just recently, Chrysler launched their "Motor Citizens" program that provides some 18,000 of their salaried employees with 18 hours of paid time off throughout the year to volunteer at nonprofit organizations of their choosing. Just yesterday, 260 Chrysler employees took advantage of the program by packaging 70,000 meals for the international hunger relief agency Stop Hunger Now.

If you're wondering why Chrysler and their employees would take such a vested interest in lending a hand to those less fortunate, one good turn always deserves another.

"As a company, we are committed to making service to others part of our daily mission," says Jody Trapasso, Senior Vice President of External Affairs at Chrysler Group LLC. "Today's event to help alleviate hunger demonstrates the enthusiasm and commitment that Chrysler employees bring to serving our communities."1

If you'd like to learn more about Chrysler's philanthropic efforts, we'd be more than happy to fill you in at our dealership here in Archbold, OH. Or if you're looking for a vehicle that will help you do some good in your community, the 2014 Ram 1500 is just what you're after.

Source: 1http://media.chrysler.com/newsrelease.do?id=15683&mid=1

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