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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Korum Ambassador gift to Clover Park Technical College Foundation

Jerry Korum, National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation Ambassador (NADCF), has designated a $2,000 gift to the Clover Park Technical College Foundation in memory of his father, Mel Korum.

The money will be used to support student scholarships.

For many years, Mel Korum owned Korum Dodge and Tacoma Dodge and was well known for his community service and his prominence in the automotive industry.

"This gift is heartfelt and means a great deal to our college community and our automotive programs," said Dr. Debbie Ranniger, CPTC Foundation Executive Director. "The funds will be awarded in scholarships to help our automotive students complete their course of study. We are grateful for Mr. Korum's support"

About the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation:
Founded in 1975, the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation (NADCF) is committed to preserving and promoting private enterprise and personal freedom of mobility by supporting organizations involved in emergency medical care and higher education.

The NADCF has contributed nearly $13 million to communities throughout the nation, supporting emergency assistance for dealership employees after natural disasters, as well as scholarships for deserving students. 



Left to right - Jerry Korum, NADCF Ambassador, Dr. Debbie Ranniger, CPTC Foundation Executive Director,
Dr. John Walstrum, CPTC President, Robert Mallon, NADCF Chairman
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