Norwood, MA – December 12, 2013: Clay Family Dealerships are proud to announce that they have raised over $10,000 for The Fisher House of Boston INC, through their “Veterans Appreciation Month” sales promotion.
Clay Family Dealerships – which includes Clay Nissan of Newton, Clay Nissan of Norwood, Clay Subaru of Norwood, Clay Chevrolet of Norwood, and Clay Hyundai of Norwood – invited their customers and community to join them this past November in a month-long promotion supporting members of the military and their families.
Throughout the entire month, for each vehicle sold at Clay’s dealership locations, $50 was reserved for The Fisher House of Boston INC, donation. The sales promotion resulted in a total donation sum of $10,000.
“We are extremely grateful for the continued support we receive from The Clay Family Dealerships,” said Jen DeLuca, Executive Director of The Fisher House Boston. “The generous support provided with this donation will undoubtedly aid veterans and military families who heavily rely on our organization’s services.”
“The Fisher House Boston provides a tremendous service to our community and we’re honored to support them through our partnership for the second consecutive year,” said David W.S. Clay, Principal of Clay Family Dealerships. “We are extremely grateful for the fearless actions of our military men and women both overseas and at home— we feel our donation is just one small way for us to express our gratitude.”
Fisher House Boston is located at the VA Boston Healthcare Medical facility in West Roxbury, and was the 46th Fisher House to be built in the country.
About The Fisher House of Boston INC
The Fisher House of Boston INC, is located in West Roxbury, on the grounds of the VA Boston Healthcare System’s West Roxbury campus, is a home away from home where military families can stay while a loved one is receiving in house treatment at the nearby VA Medical Center. Any family member or loved one of a veteran or active military personnel, wartime or peacetime, is eligible to stay at no charge. Fisher House is a Four Star Charity, with an A+ rating. There is at least one Fisher House at every major military medical center to assist families in need and to ensure that they are provided with the comforts of home in a supportive environment. These homes are built on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers. They enable family members to be close to loved ones at the most stressful times, because a family’s love is the best medicine.
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About Clay Family Dealerships
Clay Family Dealerships was founded by C.B. and Howard Clay in 1949 with their first Clay dealership, Clay Chevrolet, in West Roxbury, Massachusetts. Since then, the Clay Company has grown to five Massachusetts area dealerships. Clay has four locations in Norwood, Massachusetts (Clay Chevrolet, Clay Hyundai, Clay Nissan, and Clay Subaru) and one store in Newton (Clay Nissan of Newton). The Clay family is proud to support many non-profit organizations in the Boston area. Through various initiatives, Clay has always made it part of its business to give back to the community it calls home. The Clay family has always been rated as one of the highest dealership groups in Boston in customer service and satisfaction, and lives each day with the Clay family promise – buy easy, drive happy and pay less at Clay.
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To ease the burden of our Veterans and their families during difficult times. To serve those who have served.
Fisher House Boston’s mission is to be responsive to the needs of our guests and go above and beyond what the VA can provide. We strive to meet the basic comfort needs of our guests, as well as enhance the healing and supportive environment of the house, during some of the most difficult times in our guest lives.
With your support, we have provided more than 40,000 tickets to wounded, injured, and ill service members and their families, worth over $73 million (average savings per ticket is currently about $1,400).