Houchens Donates $20,000 to Stuff the Bus Foundation After Month Long Fundraiser!
July 29, 2020
Houchens Industries was again featured in the Bowling Green Daily News for their fundraising efforts in support of the Stuff the Bus Foundation of SoKY. After almost a month of selling mobile pin-ups and rounding up change from customers, the foundation was presented with a check from Houchens for $20,000 to support local schools and teachers. The check was presented during a STB fundraising Live Event hosted by radio personality and foundation founder Tony Rose and the Stuff the Bus Foundation Board members in conjunction with WBKO and Sublime Media.
Nearly $12,000 of that money will go to Logan County schools thanks to the incredible and inspiring efforts of Price Less IGA Store #590 in Russellville, KY. Kim Nolan, the store manager, and local radio personality Chris McGinnis teamed up to raise the bar for what a store can accomplish in a month. They have sold baked goods, raffle tickets, and of course mobiles all the while promoting the good things that Stuff the Bus can do for the community. After a successful 2 weeks last year where Kim and Chris raised nearly $6,000, they really stepped up and pushed to earn even more this year. Logan County schools will have it a little easier this year thanks to the efforts of Kim and her team.
Check out the full article from BG Daily News HERE
Kyle Wilson and Bailey Shalutla from Houchens Marketing shown presenting a check for $20,000 to Chris McGinnis from WRUS in Russellville, KY at the Stuff the Bus Live Event, July 25, 2020