• 55°

Greenville Chevy donates vehicle to Chamber

Greenville Chevrolet recently donated a new 2018 Chevrolet Malibu LT to the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce.  Greenville Chevrolet general manager and managing partner, Jake Aeschliman, said he’s proud to be able to partner with the chamber. 

“At Greenville Chevrolet, we care about our community,” Aeschliman said. “Our local Chamber of Commerce recently had their  vehicle totaled — the vehicle they use as they work to improve and maintain a great quality of life for our fellow residents and businesses.  When we heard of their tragedy, we wanted to help by donating a new 2018 Chevy Malibu.  We are grateful for the work they do and it is an honor to reach out to them as they do to each in our community every day.  Together, we make a great City to work, live, pray and play…We are Greenville.”

GACOC executive director Tracy Salter said that she’s thrilled at the dealership’s generosity.  “Greenville Chevrolet’s donation ensures the Chamber the opportunity to represent Chevrolet while working to retain and expand the existing business community, and attract new businesses and residents,” Salter said.  “Our vehicle was hit and totaled back in May and this donation is a true blessing. Jake and Charles (Haigler) are such wonderful assets to the dealership, the chamber, and the entire community.  On behalf of the GACOC and its board of directors, we’re truly overwhelmed and thankful for their generosity.”