Veteran Gets Recycled Ride at Arrowhead Auto Body

Updated: August 22, 2019 08:31 PM

A special moment at Arrowhead Auto Body on Thursday, as they gave away a Recycled Ride to a veteran from the Northland. Arthur Dallum is now the proud owner of the 2013 Ford Escape that got a big makeover.


After a run-in with a deer, it was considered a total loss. But now, it is back on the road again.

This was a joint effort between Arrowhead and many other companies who donated time and talent to making this happen.

Travis Doyle, part owner at Arrowhead, said, "We really wanted to partner with a veteran. We can't think of a better section of community that can use help. These people gave so much for their country. We love to help them out."

He said the crew at Arrowhead works on cars all the time, but they would get more excited about this project.

Arrowhead partnered with the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 6 and National Auto Body Council.


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