JACK WILLIAMS TIRE MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

JACK WILLIAMS TIRE MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

Jack Williams Tire recently presented Allied Services Integrated Services with a $15,000 donation as part of WNEP’s Ryan’s Run. The annual charity campaign involving WNEP’s Ryan Leckey culminates with a team of 50 area runners completing the TCS New York City Marathon. In the lead up the race, the team and its supporters raise funds to enable the purchase of cutting-edge rehab technology to benefit children and adults with disabilities at Allied Services. Since 2011, Jack Williams Tire has donated more than $100,000 to Allied Services in support of the campaign that touches the lives of local families and individuals.

This year, Andrew Strange, manager of Jack Williams Tire store in Kingston will take part in the TCS New York City marathon. This will be his first marathon. Colleagues and customers at the 36 Jack Williams Tire locations in Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania have been showing their support for Andrew and Allied Services by purchasing footprints for $1.

Left to right: Andrew Strange, Store Manager, Jack Williams Tire; Tom Vose, Director of Training & Development, Jack Williams Tire; Ryan Leckey, Reporter/Producer of Leckey Live, Newswatch 16 This Morning; Brenden McCormick, Service Training Manager, Jack Williams Tire; Rebecca Griffis,Marketing Manager, Jack Wiliams Tire; Brynn Griffis; Corey Burns, Assistant Chief Photographer, WNEP TV.