CLICK HERE to read the KEZI story. THREE LOCAL COMPANIES JOIN FORCES TO SUPPORT FAMILIES AND HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS IN NEED. On Friday, April 17th from 4-7PM, Kendall Auto Group, the Eugene Emeralds and Heritage Distilling Co. hosted a Stuff the Truck Drive at Heritage
About Amy NewportAmy Newport, Community Relations Specialist Amy Newport grew up in Roseburg, Oregon. When asked what it was like there, she says she's "thankful for having grown up in that great little town, though I always plotted my escape - I didn't make it far, but I love Eugene." Her career within the group started in 2005 as a sales consultant at Kendall Ford. She says she was always her father's "son he never had," and loves rising to a challenge because of it - being told car sales was a man's profession only motivated her to become more successful, and it paid off: Amy soon began working on Kendall's branding process, then became a corporate training official and on her way became director of digital marketing. She is thrilled to return to her true passion, community outreach. Amy’s energy and passion for Kendall is apparent in everything she does, which makes her the perfect fit as our Community Relations Specialist in Eugene. When asked what her favorite part of working at Kendall is, she'll have a very hard time narrowing it down to one, but if forced she’ll tell you it'd be the relationships that she's built with her "second" family. "It means so much to have their support and belief in my ability." Away from her work, Amy enjoys spending time with her family. She and her husband have been together since she was 18 - together they have four amazing boisterous boys. When she's not watching her boys play sports, her true passion is cooking and entertaining, joking that she's "the modern day June Cleaver... the working version."
This outbreak affects us all, and together we can make a difference! Below is a list of resources for volunteer and donation opportunities in Lane County. UNITED WAY OF LANE COUNTY COVID-19 VOLUNTEER & DONATION OPPORTUNITIES To help address some immediate needs of local nonprofits during this pandemic, United Way of Lane
It's easy to make your own face mask at home with cotton, cloth, and other common materials. Homemade face masks are not as effective as surgical masks or N95 respirators, but most experts say they are better than nothing when it comes to preventing the spread of the coronavirus. PHOTO STEP-BY-STEP: We
We Are All In This Together As a family owned business that has been serving this great community for more than 80 years, we know firsthand the importance of supporting each other. Amy Newport, Kendall Auto Oregon Community Outreach and Employee Engagement Director, created the Supporting Lane County Restaurants, Wineries, Distilleries, and Breweries Facebook
Kendall Toyota of Bend is helping students at Crook County High School and Pacific Crest Middle School build remote-control cars fueled by hydrogen. Toyota sponsored 75 middle and high schools on the West Coast to build this hydrogen fuel cell race car. Only two are located outside of California, and they're both in
Kendall's Annual 12 Days of Caring We’re celebrating our community, customers, and coworkers this holiday season! Each year, we spend 12 days focusing on our Kendall Cares mission, giving back to local-non-profit organizations, and showing appreciation for our customers and employees. Wednesday, December 4th Come help us pick out toys and clothes for