Kilroys was here for the community — again |

Kilroys was here for the community — again

A while back, I asked Kilroys to transport a large van for the Salvation Army, and they did so for the price of the fuel.

As a member of the Nevada Theatre Commission and a “car guy,” I ended up with the task of disposing of two tires abandoned in the old barns behind the theater when we tore them down. Again, I went to Kilroys, and they graciously agreed to handle it at no charge. Thanks, Kilroys!

Ron Cherry

Nevada City

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