Ohio Dealership Assists City Workers with New Trucks

Toth Buick-GMC owners and brothers Russell, Steve, and Nick have provided the City of Green, Ohio's, service department with six new pickup trucks to use for free until sold so workers could travel in separate vehicles during the pandemic, according to a report by the Akron Beacon Journal.

Green Mayor Gerard Neugebauer said Russell Toth called to offer the city the use of six pickup trucks out of their new-vehicle inventory back in March. The trucks were returned to Toth one by one as they were sold over a three-month period.

The dealership now is arranging for the city’s fire division to receive a free $26,000 GMC Terrain sport-utility vehicle.

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