Many of you know Eagle One is a company known for its automotive appearance products. Heck, I even use Eagle One 20/20 to clean my glass, but one thing I didn’t know about them is that they’re the only company to recognize and reward car clubs for their outstanding community and charitable activities.
Today it was announced that the Over The Hill Gang car club of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, took home a $3,000 check which was donated to help the Women With Willpower non-profit organization.
Hundreds of entries were sent in and the club's entry form was drawn at random by Steve Parker, a veteran for 35 years in automotive/radio broadcasting/journalism. The award signifies the 20th anniversary of Eagle One’s Golden Rule Awards and it will continue to happen for years to come. Any not-for-profit car club can enter for a chance to win this substantial donation for the charity of their choice. Eagle One wants to make it a point to reward automobile enthusiasts who are not in the game for the money.
In previous years, the company has rewarded car clubs in four regions for their community service efforts and it plans to continue to do so. Club winners receive a beautifully crafted Eagle One plaque along with a generous supply of Eagle One automotive appearance products, and Valvoline Motor Oil for future fund raising endeavors.
"Eagle One is very proud of its two decades of being the only organization to recognize and reward car clubs for outstanding community and charitable activities which demonstrates that there is more to car clubs than just cars," said Robert McCarter of Eagle One marketing in a release announcing the award. If you have a non-profit car club and are looking to give back to your community or maybe donate to a charity, this is definitely something to look into. For more details visit Eagle One.