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Midwest Jeepfest raises close to $7,000 for God’s Food Bank.  From left to right:  Art Hyde, (Director of Marketing John Vance Auto Group), Doug Cramer (God’s Food Bank Board President), Megan Vance Ochs ( Vice President John Vance Auto Group), John Vance (President/Owner John Vance Auto Group), Karan Ediger (Publisher Guthrie News Leader), and Dan Mullinex (Owner/Operator Dirt Werx of Oklahoma, LLC)

On Saturday, May 4th, several hundred Jeep enthusiasts, as well as families and vendors, came together for Midwest Jeepfest at John Vance Auto Group in Guthrie.  The event was free, but a donation of just two dollars to God’s Food Bank was recommended.  The event raised almost $7,000 with John Vance Auto Group presenting a check for $6,476.07 last Friday.   

“We are really proud to be a part of Midwest Jeepfest and it is our honor to raise almost $7,000 for God’s Food Bank. We couldn’t name a more worthy cause.  Thank you to everyone who made this possible,” said Megan Vance vice president of John Vance Auto Group.

According to Doug Cramer, God’s Food Bank Board President, $2.40 will feed a family of four for one week.  This donation represents over 2,900 meals for families for a week.

“We want to thank John Vance Auto Group.  This represents a huge part of money we need to operate.  This is a huge donation,” said Cramer.

For more information on God’s Food Bank, call 405-260-1412 or visit their location at 402 W. Vilas Ave., Guthrie.

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