Country Auto Sales drives in with big Cheer donation

Country Auto Sales staff join co-owners Chris Hood (third from left) and Gary Brunet (fifth from right) with a $2,000 donation to the KTW Christmas Cheer Fund.

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On hand to accept the generous donation that will help five local non-profit groups are KTW sales associate Bronwyn Lourens (third from right) and Tim Shoults (far right), operations manager for Kamloops This Week and Aberdeen Publishing.

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