"Ohio Valley Goodwill Join Together With Superior Automotive and Mike Albert Direct for Automotive Dropsites"

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Ohio Valley Goodwill is pleased to announce that it has joined together with the Superior Automotive Group and Mike Albert Direct to become automotive only dropsites for the Auto Auction of Goodwill Industries.  The new partnership provides six convenient new Greater Cincinnati locations for consumers to not only drop-off their automobiles that may be eligible for a tax donation, but also receive a substantial discount on a new or used vehicle purchase as well. The official locations for vehicle drop-off are:

  • Superior Honda, Superior Hyundai South and Superior Kia – located at Exit 6 on I-75 (Cincinnati Zoo Exit)
  • Superior Acura and Superior Hyundai North – located a half mile south of Jungle Jim’s on Route 4 in Fairfield
  • Mike Albert Direct – located on Evendale Drive at Exit 14 off I-75

As a service to the community, automotive donations will be accepted regardless of vehicle purchase.  If the donor desires to dispose of the vehicle and would like to do something charitable, a donation to the Auto Auction of Ohio Valley Goodwill is the perfect option.  All the donor has to do is visit one of the Superior Automotive or Mike Albert Direct locations listed above.  The Superior Automotive and Mike Albert Direct association with the Auto Auction of Ohio Valley Goodwill truly makes this automotive donation service a unique and a welcomed resource for all those who are looking to donate their vehicle. The Superior Automotive Group has been serving the Greater Cincinnati area for over 66 years. As the organization continues to grow, it will assist in giving even more back to our community with programs such as the Goodwill partnership. Ohio Valley Goodwill is happy to be affiliated with the Superior Automotive Group and Mike Albert Direct and looks forward to having these two organizations assist in supporting the Goodwill Auto Auction.  Proceeds from sales of donated vehicles through the auto auction help to support vocational training and job services for men and women with disabilities, homeless veterans and others with barriers to employment.  Last year (2011), Ohio Valley Goodwill served more than 3,100 individuals and placed 818 persons into competitive community employment. For more information about Ohio Valley Goodwill’s Auto Auction please call (513) 612-5980 or visit www.GoodwillCars.com

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