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Monday, 24 October 2016 19:18

3D Auto Body & Collision Centers Gifts Car to Military Family

David Niestroy, president of 3D Auto Body & Collision Centers, has announced the gifting of a 2012 Nissan Sentra to a deserving military family via the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides program.

"This was our sixth successful Recycled Rides gifting," said Niestroy. "Our staff, our committed vendors and GEICO Insurance Company couldn’t have been more dedicated to making it a complete success."

The vehicle was donated by 3D Auto Body & Collision Centers to Tiffany and Vernon Roman. Tiffany has served in the U.S. Army for 12 years with three deployments and remains in the U.S. Army Reserves. Her husband Vernon has served 6 years in the NY National Guard. The couple have two small children.

Recycled Rides is a community awareness project whereby NABC participating member shops receive insurance company-donated vehicles, repair them, and recycle them by giving them to families in need through local charities. “We are excited to give back to those who give so much, so we called upon Liberty USO of PA and Southern NJ due to their process of picking a deserving recipient,” said Craig Camacho, 3D’s VP of marketing & business development.

“It still feels unreal that it actually belongs to me,” stated Tiffany. “This is going to be an immense help, and I had no idea so many were involved in this process or the lengths taken to get the car back to amazing condition, but I am forever grateful to those who gave so much time and energy to make this possible. My family and I thank you, sincerely, from the bottom of our hearts.”

Geico Insurance Co. donated the 2012 Nissan Sentra with only 24K miles on its odometer to 3D’s Spring City location, where the techs came together on their own time and brought the vehicle back to pre-accident condition. LKQ Corp, Keystone Automotive, Fred Beans Parts, Chuck’s Auto Salvage, Lehigh Valley Bumper, Wensel’s Repair and 1800-Charity Cars generously donated their time and the parts needed to make this year’s event a success.

Founded in 1981 by David Niestroy, 3D Auto Body & Collision Centers is an independently-owned multi shop operator with seven collision centers. For more information, contact Craig Camacho at

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