Support for MemoryLane

. March 31, 2019.
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For the third year, Yark Automotive is supporting local families affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia through donations to MemoryLane Care Services. A portion of the sales from all cars sold in December 2018 from Yark dealerships are going to the organization, and Toyota has agreed to match $10,000 of raised funds. “Yark Automotive Group is so grateful to the community for supporting our businesses” says Community Relations Manager Emily Yark. “We truly believe in supporting our local community where we live and work. One way for us to give back is by supporting local charities who provide direct services in our community every day.”

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