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Sheehy Auto Stores dealerships unite to lend COVID-19 support

Sheehy Nissan of Glen Burnie & White Marsh helped with COVID-19 relief efforts by giving away toilet paper to those in need. (The Daily Record/File photo)

Sheehy Nissan of Glen Burnie & White Marsh helped with COVID-19 relief efforts by giving away toilet paper to those in need. (The Daily Record/File photo)

Sheehy Auto Stores’ 29 dealerships throughout Baltimore, Annapolis, Hagerstown, Washington and Richmond, Virginia; reinforced their commitment to the community and appreciation of frontline and essential workers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic with special dealership programs.

Maryland dealerships were active in their communities with monetary donations, blood drives and meal deliveries.

Charitable events in Maryland included Sheehy Ford of Gaithersburg delivering 1,000 meals to underserved students each week and Sheehy Hyundai and Nissan of Waldorf donated meals to hospital staff at MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center Emergency Department.

In Baltimore, dealership programs included: Blood drives by Sheehy INFINITI and Lexus of Annapolis and toilet paper giveaways from Sheehy Nissan of Glen Burnie & White Marsh.

In Hagerstown, programs included: food deliveries and donations to food banks by Sheehy Subaru, Volkswagen, Mazda, Buick & GMC and a donation of more than $14,000 to the Humane Society of Washington County from Sheehy Subaru of Hagerstown.

Each dealership also offered 50% off all vehicle and maintenance services (up to a maximum of $500 discount), for any make or model vehicle, throughout the month of April and May to active health care workers.

Sheehy Auto Stores is the 37th largest dealer group in the country and serves customers throughout the mid-Atlantic. A family-owned business which began as one Ford store in 1966 in Marlow Heights, the company has grown to more than $1.6 billion in sales with more than 45,000 new and used vehicles sold each year.

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