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The British Columbia Auto Recyclers are pleased to announce a charitable contribution of $ 3000.00 to the Muscular Dystrophy. The money was raised through the Car Heaven charity program administered through the Automotive Recyclers of Canada. The Car Heaven program was established in 2001 as a way to ensure the processing of retired vehicles in an environmentally friendly manner. Proceeds from the sale of end-of-life vehicles go towards funding local charities. The B.C. Auto Recyclers have raised $47,000.00 over the last two years for local charities.  I, Stuart Ady of Ernies Used Auto Parts, am the Kootenay zone director for B.C.A.R

If you have a vehicle you would like to retire and wish to donate to charity please visit www.carheaven.ca. You will receive a charitable tax receipt for your donation.


-Stuart Ady,


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