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The following organizations have been chosen as part of our cherished Burlington Chevrolet “Community Partners” Program. These organizations have been recognized by Burlington Chevrolet for their outstanding work and their continued commitment and dedication to the people and the communities they serve.
Please take a moment to scroll down and see some of their great work or perhaps support or participate in one of these great community events. We applaud these groups, and their volunteers and are proud to support their efforts and be their “Community Partner!” If you would like to volunteer or help them in any way, please visit them via their website located on their flyer.
Previous”Business Partner of the Year” Award Winners
Giving back to help serve America’s military families. To show our support for military veterans, Chevy will be donating 100% of the proceeds from the auction of the very first 2023 Corvette Z06 to Operation Homefront — a national nonprofit whose mission is to build strong, stable and secure military families.
Burlington Chevrolet Is Proud To Name Burlington County Hawks Football As One Of Its NEW “COMMUNITY PARTNERS!” Burlington County Hawks Football & Burlington Chevrolet
Burlington Chevrolet is Proud To Be Selected As A Primary Drop-Off Location for
Benefitting the Children of Burlington County Stop by Burlington Chevrolet @ 105 East Rt 130 South, Burlington, NJ You Can Drop Off Until December 15th Check our Web Site for Our Daily Hours Drop Your Toy off at Our Information Desk Toys for Tots accepts new, unwrapped stuffed animals and toys.
A Message from Gina Capate, Toys for Tots Burlington County Coordinator
“Our Burlington County Toys for Tots campaign was able to distribute more than 53,000 toys and help over 26,000 children in Burlington County in 2020,” said Burlington County Toys for Tots Coordinator, Gina Capate. “With the help from the great folks at Burlington Chevrolet, we are on track to provide almost 30,000 Burlington County children for 2021,” continued Capate. “The mission of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation is to assist the U. S. Marine Corps in providing a tangible sign of hope to economically disadvantaged children at Christmas by collecting gifts and raising funds to provide toys,”said John Broderick., General Manager of Burlington Chevrolet. “I would like to thank John and his team for opening up their hearts and their dealership to serve as one of our premier drop-off locations to help us collect toys,” concluded Capate.
John Broderick, General Manager of Burlington Chevrolet, announced today that the Colonial Burlington Foundation has been named one of the Burlington Chevrolet’s trusted “Community Partners.” One of the oldest buildings in Burlington is the Revell House which is maintained and supported by the fundraising efforts of The Colonial Burlington Foundation. Built in 1685 for George Hutchinson, The Revell House, located on East Pearl Street, Burlington City was purchased by Thomas Revell, one of the original settlers. This house is associated with the young Benjamin Franklin, who received gingerbread from the household while traveling from Boston to Philadelphia.
“Burlington Chevrolet is proud to be part of and support the efforts of the Colonial Burlington Foundation as stewards of this historic building while they work tirelessly to maintain the storied architectural history of The City of Burlington,” said Broderick.
To donate, become a corporate sponsor or volunteer, visit them at ColonialBurlingtonFoundation.org
From L-R: Waldeck Paxton, Burlington Chevrolet, Coach Ray Robinson, Burlington High School, Isaiah Robinson, and John Broderick, General Manager Burlington Chevrolet
Thank you to all of the members and leadership of the Burlington County Military Affairs Committee for all of your hard work and dedication to the members and families of our armed forces located at the Joint Base McGuire-DIx-Lakehurst. If you are interested in joining or becoming a sponsor, visit them at BCMAC.Info.
“We could not successfully host a benefit golf tournament without the help of our great community partner, Burlington Chevrolet”, said Ken Volk, one of the tournament’s volunteer organizers. “We were proud to support this worthwhile cause by sponsoring a “Hole-In-One” Challenge,” said Burlington Chevrolet General Manager John Broderick. “The mission of 87th Security Forces Squadron at Joint Base MDL is to protect the members of our armed forces,” continued Broderick.
“They put their lives on the line every day to keep the women and men at Joint Base MDL safe and for that service, we are truly grateful,” concluded Broderick.
The 87th Mission Support Group supports the global mission of the 87th Air Base Wing by maintaining an expeditionary force posture at home station. In garrison, the group prepares the wing to deploy, beddown, and sustain forward operations. At home station and in deployed locations the group provides facilities, services, logistics management, contracting, force protection, fire protection, crisis action planning and response, communications, passenger and cargo movement, and personnel resource management.
Picture here (L-R) at the Annual 2021 National Police Week Golf Tournament at Joint Base MDL Sponsored by Burlington Chevrolet are Police Officers Jeff Orban, Kyle Wardell, and Ken Volk.
Photo by: Police Officer Adam Lauer
NJ CAR Twitter and Facebook posts recognize John Broderick and Burlington Chevrolet for their 2021 two annual Burlington County Institute of Technology/ Automotive Technology Student Scholarships. “Part of Burlington Chevrolet’s “ Community Partnership Program “to support BCIT, local students and thereby help retain a talented automotive workforce in Burlington County,” said John Broderick, General Manager of Burlington Chevrolet.
NJ CAR advocates on behalf of New Jersey’s $37B auto retail sector. The Coalition promotes public policies that ensure a fair and competitive marketplace, where the complex vehicle purchase process is made as simple and as seamless as possible.
New Jersey’s extensive network of 500+ neighborhood new car dealers represents a fiercely competitive marketplace, which keeps motorists safe by ensuring ready access to warranty and safety recall service.
It’s fair to say that New Jersey new car dealerships are the economic engine on Main Street. They promote economic growth across the State by employing more than 39,000 people in great local jobs and investing millions of dollars in their communities. NJcar.org
Burlington Chevrolet Continues to Support The Development & Retention of a Growing Burlington County Workforce
BCIT AWARDS “On the Road” Vlog Episode 3 || Serving our Community!
On the Road VLOG! Burlington VS Florence football game. Giving back to the community.
“On the Road” VLOG presents: K9 Dog show AND car show in Burlington, NJ!
A Big Thank you to our good friend Lisa Schiller at Burlington City without whom this event would just not happen!
For More information about the Burlington City K-9 Annual Car Show or to become a sponsor visit: http://www.bck9carshow.com/contact/