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Legacy Chevrolet Helping With The Holiday Spirit

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COLUMBUS, GA - Legacy Chevrolet is also giving back to the community as part of their holiday festivities. 
Underprivileged children from around the area got a visit from Santa Clause at the dealership today. The kids each got several gifts and a bike.

Emanuel Jones and his Family Foundation were collecting gifts all week.  Jones says he is thankful for community support and loves giving back.

"There's nothing like getting into the christmas spirit than watching that gleam in a cchild'seyes when they ride a bbicyclefor the first time," said Jones. "When they see Santa Clause for the first time and see the sirens flashing and watching the fire truck go by. It creates such excitement and gets me excited."

 The kids and employees all joined in to sing Christmas tunes and enjoy lunch in addition to opening the gifts. Legacy Chevrolet has a Christmas celebration and provides toys for uunderprivilegedkids every year.





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