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Crossroads Chevrolet Cadillac to help provide a Bright Holiday for families in need

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News release from Bright Futures Joplin:

Joplin, MO - This time of year, there are many families in the Joplin community who may not qualify for traditional resources but still need help during the holiday season. Bright Futures Joplin is teaming up with Crossroads Chevrolet Cadillac to provide a Bright Holiday for these families in need.

Crossroads Chevrolet Cadillac has displayed a Bright Futures Christmas tree in their showroom covered in specially designed Bright Futures ornaments that represent 100 families in need. Crossroads Chevrolet Cadillac will adopt a family on behalf of anyone who purchases a vehicle from them before Christmas. Members of the community are also invited to stop by Crossroads Chevrolet Cadillac and choose an ornament off the Bright Futures tree. Community members can either make a monetary donation to Crossroads Chevrolet Cadillac to be used for a family or they can call Bright Futures Joplin to adopt a family. The ornament is theirs to keep as a reminder of their generous contribution. Those interested in adopting a family can stop by Crossroads Chevrolet Cadillac at 4630 East 32nd St. or call Alice Girton with Bright Futures Joplin at 417-625-5200, ext. 2229.

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