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A family balancing act is over, thanks to DCCCP

For Brandon and Brittney Claseman, working three jobs and caring for their 3-month-old daughter, Mya, was a balancing act. Doing it without a car made it even harder.

For Brandon and Brittney Claseman, working three jobs and caring for their 3-month-old daughter, Mya, was a balancing act. Doing it without a car made it even harder.
Through the help of the Douglas County Car Care Program (DCCCP) and four local businesses, the Clasemans received a vehicle to help them manage their family.
DCCCP obtained a 1999 Chevrolet Lumina from a local donor. The vehicle was inspected by Koep’s Korner, which replaced the front brake pads and rotors, a tie rod, and did an oil change. NAPA provided the parts to DCCCP.
Precision Auto provided a free alignment per its commitment to DCCCP. Mike’s Car Wash provided 10 gallons of gas and a free car wash, as part of their support of the program.
DCCCP then presented the keys of the Lumina to the Clasemans.
The mission of DCCCP is “Promoting Independence by Providing Car Care.” To donate a car or to help with the program, contact DCCCP at (320) 460-7911 or check the website at www.douglascountycarcare.org .

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