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British Columbia City Charities Receive Funding Boost Thanks To Strong RV Sale

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Six organizations across British Columbia‘s Cariboo region have become a little more prosperous due to RV customers and Chemo RV, a report said.

The RV dealership gave away $250 (about USD 203) from each sale during the summer. The recipients are six charities that are located in Quesnel, Williams Lake, and Prince George. With 222 trailer sales during the entire year, more than $55,000 (about USD 44,500) was given to the groups that earned more than $9,000 (about USD 7,200) each.

“We had no idea what it was going to total up to because we had no idea what the year was going to bring,” Quesnel Chemo RV manager Steve Rutledge said.

“We were definitely optimistic to be giving decent-sized donations to the six charities.”

These recipients were Prince George Animal Rescue, Quesnel SPCA, Amata House, Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Williams Lake, along with the Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre.

“Community is one of the key pillars in our mission, vision, and values, and being a big supporter of the local community we figured it was time to give back,” Rutledge said.

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