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This week’s Goodwill Auto Auction was made even more exciting because a vintage 1960 Buick LeSabre generously donated by a Goodwill supporter and showcased on WCPO Channel 9 was sold at a great price. The vintage vehicle, fully restored and in mint condition was donated by Geoffrey Amann, who works for the Free Store Food Bank.In the story featured on Channel 9, WCPO TV, Mr. Amann explained that the reason he decided to donate the vehicle to Ohio Valley Goodwill is because he knows that non-profits are struggling during these tough economic times and can use as much support as they can get. To view the story please visit: http://bit.ly/sdOLKh or on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/cincigoodwill Ohio Valley Goodwill has been operating its own weekly Auto Auction for 10 years in the Greater Cincinnati area and takes great pride in the fact that it manages all aspects of the weekly auction. “The Goodwill Auto Auction is vitally important because it not only generates revenue to support our critical programs and services but also offers the larger community a great place to donate their vehicle responsibly,” said Kim Masters, Auto Auction Manager. The Goodwill Auto Auction offers donors free towing, handles all of the paperwork and donors may be eligible for a tax deduction. Mr. Amann, the donor of the 1960 Buick LeSabre, said it made him feel good to give his car to Goodwill because he knew it would help people. Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries has been offering vocational training and job support services for men and women with disabilities and our nation’s veterans for the past 95 years. Each year, the organization serves more than 2600 individuals and with support from the community, Goodwill helps put people to work! Ohio Valley Goodwill thanks WCPO TV for their coverage of this wonderful story and Mr. Geoffrey Amann for his generous donation and support of the organization’s mission of putting people to work!