Caliber is committed to ‘Restoring You,’ which includes not only vehicles in need of collision repairs, automotive maintenance, etc., but also family and service members in need of reliable transportation. We can’t do this alone, which is why partners like GEICO are crucial to delivering on our purpose.
In fact, since 2012, GEICO has worked with Caliber, as part of the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides® program, to gift 139 refurbished vehicles to worthy recipients across America (62 in 2019 alone). One of those recipients, Janice Chance, is a Gold Star mother whose son, Captain Jesse Melton III, USMC, was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2008. As a volunteer, Janice often drove thousands of miles on the east coast in support of other Gold Star families, as well as veterans. Then, at a special Mother’s Day celebration at GEICO’s corporate office just last year, she was gifted with a refurbished vehicle herself.
Now, Caliber is inviting the public to nominate a healthcare worker, medical support staff or first responder in Metro New York, as well as Dallas-Fort Worth and Greater Los Angeles, to receive a refurbished vehicle, courtesy of GEICO and your local Caliber teammates. Nominations can be made at calibercollision.com/restoring-you.
Over the last eight years, Caliber’s partnership with GEICO has helped us lead the industry and improve the collision repair experience. Here at Caliber, we take pride in Restoring the Rhythm of Your Life® and are honored to partner with purpose-driven companies like GEICO.
To learn more about Caliber’s support of the NABC’s Recycled Rides program, visit calibercollision.com/recycledrides.