Classic Ford Lincoln of Columbia gives SC UpLift Community Outreach 4,000+ face masks for the community

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(Columbia, SC) – Classic Ford Lincoln of Columbia, a part of the Mills Automotive Group, is actively involved in the Ford Minority Dealers Association (Ford MDA).  Ford and Ford MDA are serious about helping underserved and at-risk areas that may have a higher propensity to contract, be hospitalized, and die from COVID-19.  The Mills Automotive group is taking the opportunity to distribute more than 15,000 PPE face masks to communities in South and North Carolina through their Ford stores.

Kevin E. Wimberly, Co-Founder/CEO of SC UpLift Community Outreach

SC UpLift Community Outreach is grateful to Mr. Damian Mills, Mr. Jamil Stanton, and Classic Ford Lincoln for realizing the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic and being an active participant in the community by providing face masks.  SC UpLift will continue to pay it forward by distributing these face masks to residents of our rental properties as well as partnering with local churches, other non-profits, and local agencies who serve those who are most vulnerable and at-risk.”  – Kevin E. Wimberly

For more information on the Mills Automotive Group, please visit  www.MillsAutoGroup.com

For more information on SC UpLift Community Outreach organization please call 803.691.4742 or visit our website at www.scuplift.org

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