Wheels to Prosper 2022 winner receives a car from Aardvark Automotive

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Automotive Aardvarka full-service auto repair company in Amarillo that has been providing comprehensive automotive service and repairs in the Texas Panhandle for over 40 years, has selected the winner of the 2022 Wheels to Prosper Car Contest. is Amarillo resident Tara Lee.

“Once again, our local community has come together to help a deserving individual in need of reliable transportation, through the Wheels to Prosper program,” said Brandon Anderson, owner of Aardvark Automotive.

“Late last year, we reached out to the community, requesting the donation of a vehicle, parts and other services, and for the 11th year in a row, Amarillo answered our call. This year, we are extremely grateful to Diana Densmore who donated her vehicle to a deserving mother of two school-aged children.

After receiving the donated vehicle, Aardvark Automotive technicians performed a full safety inspection and began making repairs. Donated vehicle received new spark plugs, new brake light bulb, new wiper blades, new window regulators, air conditioning tune-up, oil and filter change and other repairs. The vehicle also received a complete paint job and a new windshield.

“We are very grateful to Hub City Body Shop in Lubbock for providing a brand new paint job free of charge. Amarillo Windshields Unlimited also donated a new front windshield. We also received spare parts donated by O’Reilly’s Auto Parts,” Anderson said.

Continuing, he said, “It was very much a community effort. A local donated the car. Then several companies donated their time, talents, and parts to make sure this car was in great working order for Tara and her family. We are so lucky to live in this community, which has come together to give Tara the gift of safe and reliable transportation for her and her children.

Aardvark Automotive has been involved in the Wheels To Prosper initiative since its inception in 2011. “It’s a joy every year to provide one of our neighbors with a vehicle in great working order. Even after everything we’ve been through for the past few years, the Amarillo community continues to reach out to help each other, and it’s always humbling,” Anderson said.

Aardvark Automotive is one of more than 70 auto repair and body shops across the country participating in the Wheels to Prosper program. The initiative has donated hundreds of cars to deserving people in need of safe and reliable transportation.

Aardvark Automotive opened in Amarillo in 1980. As a locally owned and operated company, Aardvark Automotive has served Amarillo, TX and surrounding areas of the Texas Panhandle for 42 years. The full service auto repair The company backs all of its work with a 12-month or 12,000-mile parts warranty. Services and repairs provided by technicians include brake service, oil changes, engine performance diagnostics, heating and cooling services, electronic services, pre-purchase inspections, replacement and repair exhaust, steering and suspension work, radiator repairs, emissions checks and towing services. . The auto shop also offers free pick-ups and returns, as well as free Wi-Fi and refreshments in the waiting area.

For more information on the Wheels to Prosper program, visit www.wheelstoprosper.org.

Visit www.aardvarkautorepair.com or call 806-242-1073.

Aardvark Automotive is located at 5825 Canyon Dr. in Amarillo. Aardvark Automotive is a Certified Automotive Repair Center, maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and is a member of the Automotive Service Association.

Contact information:
Name: Brandon Anderson
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Organization: Aardvark Automotive
Address: 5825 CANYON DR., Amarillo, TX 79110, USA
Phone: +1-806-242-1073
Website: https://www.aardvarkautorepair.com

Build ID: 89072368

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