JOLIET, Ill., April 20, 2012
/PRNewswire-iReach/ — The 36th Annual Corvettes Unlimited Corvette Show and Corral hosted by Bill Jacobs Joliet last weekend was a huge success. The Chicago area Chevy dealership had many attendees at the show and there were plenty of Chevrolet Corvettes to check out as well. The event is Chicagoland’s largest Corvette club show and it held up to its name.
Not only was the event a great chance to check out some of the rarest Corvettes built, but it was also an opportunity to help out a great cause. Bill Jacobs Joliet is adamant about helping out the community and the families that live in it, which is why the Corvettes Unlimited Club donated $1,000 to a Bill Jacobs choice charity, the Rush NeuroBehavioral Center. This is a great cause that the Auto Group sincerely believes in and they are happy to help with it.
The Rush NeuroBehavioral Center serves the medical, psychological and educational needs of children that have neurobehavioral issues. The center has a special emphasis on social-emotional learning impairments. They provide the best care to children, teens or young adults who have difficulty forming relationships, regulating behavior or functioning effectively due to differences in the way their brains process information. The money raised during the Corvette show will go to help the center keep moving forward in their mission to help these people.
Bill Jacobs Joliet would like to thank all those who came out and participated in the 36th Annual Corvettes Unlimited Show. The event was a positive experience for guests, vendors, Corvette club members and shoppers alike.
Those interested in owning a new Chevy Corvette in Joliet, IL should stop by Bill Jacobs Joliet. They also have a large selection of Chevy in Joliet, IL and would be happy to help customers with a new car. For more information please visit www.billjacobsjoliet.com or call (866) 301-2106.
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