Wesley Chapel Toyota, Wesley Chapel Honda, and Lexus of Wesley Chapel Volunteer For Building New Homes with Habitat for Humanity

Thursday, Jan 25, 2018 | On Target Page: Wesley Chapel, Wesley Chapel Honda, Wesley Chapel Toyota

The mix of men and women who turned out on their own time were people of diverse backgrounds with the same goal: brighten the futures of folks who never imagined the dream of home ownership.

Employees of Williams Automotive Group, an ardent Habitat for Humanity supporter for whom Brandon’s Habitat community was named, Travelers Insurance and Johnson & Johnson, were among the volunteers who came together in a brotherhood of unity, an ideal King sought for all Americans.

Eric Johnson, Williams Automotive Group’s community partnership director, said one of his company’s core values is community involvement.

"Habitat is one of the best ways we get involved with the community and it’s really good for our team to interact with the homeowners because it puts the reality into the reason we are here," he said.

"That’s also when it really tugs at the emotional heartstrings, especially because most of the families have children and it brings opportunity to those children," Johnson added. To read more, click: http://www.tbo.com/news/-Dream-builders-mark-MLK-Day-of-Service-by-building-new-homes-in-Brandon_164555752

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