Corporate Fleet Services Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Charity Giveaway

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DETROIT — Corporate Fleet Services is celebrating its 50th anniversary in the car, truck and specialty vehicle leasing business by providing tickets to the North American International Auto Show to Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan in addition to a ticket giveaway for clients, it was announced today.

“We have been located in the Detroit area since 1963 and are very pleased to see our business continue to grow locally, nationally, and internationally,” said Michael Stevens, vice president and general manager of Corporate Fleet Services. “We have been supporting Detroit charities and giving back to the community from the very beginning and we support Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan.”

Stevens said the company is offering customers a chance to win tickets to the VIP Charity Preview and to special Industry Preview days — a special sneak preview of the NAIAS – by simply signing up for a random drawing through the company’s website at www.corporate-fleet.com or sending an email to business development manager Pete Stevens at petes@cfs-mi.com. The company is also designating Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan as the designated charity for all tickets purchased by executives and staff to the Charity Preview in addition to giving the charity 50 tickets to the public show days.

“Corporate Fleet Services has been a generous supporter of Boys & and Girls Clubs,” said Nick Papadas, vice president of Development for the charity that operates 11 Clubs throughout southeast Michigan to assist youth. “We congratulate CFS on achieving 50 years in the automotive leasing business and for its steadfast support of our organization and so many others in the Detroit area. The tickets and monetary donation will be used to provide deserving children and their families with an opportunity to attend the auto show and see what the Detroit auto industry has to offer. This could change lives and inspire these kids to become designers or automotive engineers.”

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