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Clore Automotive helps make dreams come true

Jim O'Hara (right), Clore Automotive's vice president of marketing, presents the company's $5,000 donation to Ralph Apel, president of the Dream Factory.
<p>Jim O'Hara (right), Clore Automotive's vice president of marketing, presents the company's $5,000 donation to Ralph Apel, president of the Dream Factory.</p>

Clore Automotive has donated $5,000 to the Dream Factory of Greater Kansas City, an organization that grants dreams and provides special times to children who are critically or chronically ill.

“Everyone at Clore Automotive was excited to participate in this effort and happy that we could work toward such a worthy goal,” says Jim Chasm, president and CEO of Clore Automotive.

During 2010, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of SOLAR model PI1500XCD were set aside to benefit the Dream Factory. “The effort was a great success thanks to the support of our many channel partners and resellers," says Jim O’Hara, vice president of marketing for Clore Automotive. "Their active and enthusiastic support made a huge impact on the program.”

For more information on Clore Automotive, see the company's Web site at www.cloreautomotive.com.

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