Safelite Techs Appear on "NASCAR Angels"
Columbus, Ohio-based Safelite AutoGlass replaced or repaired windshields
in 15 damaged vehicles of the faculty and staff members of a Las
Vegas elementary school as part of an upcoming episode of "NASCAR
Angels" taped February 25. The episode will air on more than 200
television stations during the weekend of April 26-27.
This particular episode focused on helping 65 teachers and staff
at Dr. C. Owen Roundy Elementary School in Las Vegas. Safelite donated
all materials and labor for repairing eight windshields and completely
replacing another seven for staff of the elementary.
The mission of the "NASCAR Angels," a nationally syndicated half-hour
weekly reality-based television show, is to help people in need
with car repairs. The crew completes each project in three days
with the help of NASCAR partners.
"The staff members at Roundy Elementary School have incredibly
valuable jobs, and it's our pleasure to handle windshield repairs
or replacements for them," says Dan Wilson, president and chief
executive officer of Belron US, the parent company of Safelite AutoGlass.
"We are proud of our associates and the fact that we have a very
civic-minded culture. We are happy to be able to partner with NASCAR
to give back to the community."
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