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HUMMER Holiday Helpers

SantaHUMMERIt’s the season of giving, and HUMMER owners and organizations are giving back to their local communities in a variety of ways. Below the jump you will find just some of the initiatives of a HUMMER community near you.

If your HUMMER organization would like to be added to the list, drop us a line and we’ll post the information!


Texas

Sponsor: Sewell HUMMER of Dallas (Google Map)

Organization: USO – United Through Reading

How you can help: Drop off new books for children to Sewell HUMMER of Dallas between now and noon on December 24th. On Christmas Eve, a parade of HUMMERs will make the book delivery to the USO reading rooms at DFW airport. Cash donations are also accepted, and will be used to purchase more books.

Not in town and still want to help? Stop by any Barnes & Noble store nationwide on December 12th and use voucher # 10104743, and a portion of your total will be donated to the USO.

For more info, contact: Sewell HUMMER at 214-902-6000


Sponsor: Classic HUMMER of Grapevine (Google Map)

Organization: Toys for Tots

How you can help: Collect new, unwrapped toys and bring them to Classic HUMMER before Saturday, December 12th. Then, join the HUMMER convoy from Classic at 11:00 AM on the 12th to deliver the toys.

For more info, email: hummerevents at gmail.com

California

Sponsor: Tustin HUMMER (Google Map)

Organization: Toys for Tots

Southern California HUMMERHow you can help: Collect new, unwrapped toys (appropriate for ages 10-17) and bring them to Tustin HUMMER before Saturday, December 12th. Then, join the HUMMER parade from Tustin on the 12th to deliver the toys to Camp Pendleton. Please RSVP if you plan to attend the parade.

This will be the 5th year Tustin has helped with the program, and last year collected $4,000 in cash donations in addition to toys.

For more info, contact: Lynette Ybarra (714)669-3699 x355

New Mexico

Sponsor: Albuquerque 4×4 Clubs & Businesses

Organization: Toys for Tots

How you can help: Collect new, unwrapped toys and bring them to the Cottonwood Chili’s between noon and 1 on Sunday, December 13th. Also, the 4×4 clubs will have a one hour trail ride that morning at 10AM.

For more info, check out: Coyote1025.com

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  1. WHAT is going on with hummer seems nobody has any NEW ONES and no TV COMERCIALS SOMBODY BETTER GET ON THE BALL OR ITS GOING TO BE 10 TIMES HARDER TO GET THINGS ROLLING AGAIN