Wentworth/CCC Partnership Supports Veterans

 Military personnel and veterans will benefit from a new partnership with Wentworth Chevytown car dealership that will begin on Veteran’s Day, Sunday, Nov. 11.

The Wentworth family and Wentworth Chevytown have joined with the Clackamas Community College Foundation in support of the Military Families Scholarship Endowment (MFSE). Wentworth is offering preferred pricing on new and used vehicles to all military personnel and veterans.

In addition to the special pricing offer, Wentworth Chevrolet will donate $100 to the CCC Foundation MFSE for each vehicle sold through this program. The $100 donation applies to military personnel, veterans and the public, who mention support of the scholarship fund. The MFSE provides scholarship benefits to the dependents of active military and veterans.

In a letter to the CCC Foundation announcing the partnership, sales manager Doug Wentworth stated, “We appreciate the work you are currently doing for our Military Personnel and Veterans…this program has been specially created to show our support.”

The new partnership will help veteran families have adequate and affordable transportation to school, work, and for family needs, while it adds funds for scholarships, textbooks, and emergency needs.

“We are grateful to the Wentworth family and Wentworth Chevrolet for this partnership that will benefit our military and veteran families in many ways,” said Greg Fitzgerald, executive director of the CCC Foundation.

Wentworth Chevytown is located in Portland at 107 S.E. Grand. For more information about the partnership, please contact Vicki Smith at 504-594-3128.

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