Dodge City of McKinney continues to give back to the Community

ImageIn 2013 Chrysler Jeep Ram Dodge City of McKinney provided the first wish of 2013 partnering with the Drew Pearson Show and The Make A Wish Foundation. That same year they teamed up with Texas vs. The Nation helping protect our children. North Texas’ number one dealership has been involved with many nonprofit charities including “Kenna’s Kids”. Recently, general manager, Jim Proctor of Dodge City of McKinney provided gifts to those less fortunate during the holiday season along with his good friend and Dallas Cowboys Great, Drew Pearson.

Continuing the tradition of giving back to the community; Dodge City has partnered with Ally helping fight Child Hunger in America. “Children are our future, and this is the right thing to do” states Proctor. “Unfortunately, 20% of children in the U.S. struggle with hunger, and our dealership wants to do all we can to help feed the children.”

One out of five children in the United States struggle with hunger. Now through December 31, 2013 everyone who brings in this ad to Chrysler Jeep Ram Dodge City of McKinney which is located at 700 S. Central Expressway in McKinney, Texas will donate $50 to the local food bank with any purchase of any new vehicles. Anyone can make a cash donation to Feeding America online at

Dodge City of McKinney has a wide variety of outstanding vehicles as well as a state-of-the-art auto repair center. To find the right vehicle for you and your family this holiday season call the dealership at 972.569.9650 or visit the website at They truly care about their customers, and strive to deliver the best customer service in the industry. “At Chrysler Jeep Ram Dodge City of McKinney, we understand that there are thousands of other dealers just a click away. That’s why we will do what it takes to earn your business” states Internet Director, Jeff “Bubba” Thompson.

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