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Stivers Ford Lincoln Donates CPR Training Units to Waukee Fire Department

Posted October 08, 2013 in Community Web Exclusives, Waukee

WaukEE, Iowa, October 4, 2013 — Stivers Ford Lincoln donated new CPR training units to the Waukee Fire Department as part of a National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation Program.

The Little Anne Four Pack Training System was given to Fire Chief Clint Robinson of the Waukee Fire Department by Scott Politte of Stivers Ford Lincoln during a presentation at the dealership.

The National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation works with new car dealers throughout the country to donate CPR training manikins to hospitals, police and fire departments, and schools. Since the program began in 1975, more than 4,600 manikins have been donated and more than 2 million people have been trained on manikins donated through the program.

About the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation
Founded in 1975, the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation is committed to preserving and promoting private enterprise and personal freedom of mobility by supporting organizations involved in emergency medical care and higher education.
 About IADA
The Iowa Automobile Dealers Association is a trade association representing more than 300 car and truck dealers in the state. The association was established in 1919.





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