Northwest Arkansas Collision Center wants to show our appreciation and give back to the community that we call home. One of our favorite efforts is the Wheels to Prosper program that we did this year in conjunction with The KAR (Kingston Auto Repair) Shop, BG Services, Inc., Paul’s Machine Shop, and Shine Tek. The program involves nominations, often anonymous, of those who are hard working and just need a little transportation help to make their lives so much better. Essentially, a totally reconditioned Chrysler Grand Touring mini-van was presented to Tori Tartaglia. Tori had been nominated in this nation-wide program and after an intensive screening was the winner from a list of three finalists. Tori is pictured above at center, along with her daughter, mother, and the reps from NWA Collision Center and The Kar Shop.
Our Community First Program is our way of giving back. We dedicate a percentage of all sales to schools, charitable organizations, and those efforts by others to make Northwest Arkansas a better place to live for everyone.
We’re proud to have supported The Farmington JDRF Walk, The Washington County Sheriff’s “Shop with a Cop” program, The Washington County Fair Youth Livestock Auction, Soldier On Service Dogs, and many other worthwhile causes in the past and will continue to do so. But, in addition to that, Northwest Arkansas Collision Center has made the decision to “adopt” several schools in both Washington and Benton Counties and to provide needed supplies and support to those.
Northwest Arkansas Collision Center was voted as 2013 Business of the Year by the Farmington Chamber of Commerce for Civic Participation and Community involvement. 2013 was the first year for the award title and we are proud to have received such an honor by the Chamber.Northwest Arkansas Collision Center was awarded the first Key to the City of Farmington by Mayor Ernie Penn in 2005 for it’s contribution to the community.