Schomp aids in hurricane relief

Employees fill more than 2,500 backpacks for children

Staff report
Posted 10/11/17

Located in Highlands Ranch, Schomp Honda teamed up with other Honda dealers in the Rocky Mountain region to fill more than 2,500 backpacks with new school supplies for children affected by hurricanes that wreaked havoc on areas of Texas and Florida. …

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Schomp aids in hurricane relief

Employees fill more than 2,500 backpacks for children

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Located in Highlands Ranch, Schomp Honda teamed up with other Honda dealers in the Rocky Mountain region to fill more than 2,500 backpacks with new school supplies for children affected by hurricanes that wreaked havoc on areas of Texas and Florida. Through September, people were able to drop the school supplies at Schomp Honda, 1003 Plum Valley Lane. On Oct. 3, the car dealership held a backpack party at 7News in downtown Denver. The supplies were then shipped to affected areas.

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