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Jack Ingram Motors to partner with Brantwood Children's Home for Christmas

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Jack Ingram Motors in Montgomery, Ala. is provided Christmas gifts to 31 children at Brantwood Children's Home this holiday season. This is Jack Ingram Motors second year sponsoring the children. Gifts include; gift cards for each child, bikes, and games for the house to use as a whole group.

Brantwood Children's Home, founded in 1917, is a local home in Montgomery that provides a safe and stable environment for abused, neglected and other at-risk children ranging from ages 10 to 21. Brantwood offers a home and programs designed to help these young people cope and succeed in society.

Jack Ingram Motors is proud to partner with Brantwood Children's Home multiple times throughout the year sponsoring golf tournaments, races, cook offs, and providing computers and projectors to the new classrooms for its onsite school that Brantwood opened last year.

Brantwood Children's Home prefers gift cards at Christmas over purchased items because it teaches each child how to budget accordingly and make buying decisions. It also teaches the children responsibility and the value of a dollar.

Jack Ingram Motors supports several local nonprofit's around the River Region and continues to give back to the community through donations and charitable gifts. Jack Ingram Motors is a locally owned automobile dealer specializing in Nissan, Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz and two used car lots. Jack Ingram Motors was founded in 1959 by Jack Ingram and is now owned and operated by Ingram's son, Ray Ingram, and four of the Ingram family members living in the Montgomery area.

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