Preferred Auto Group gives a big gift to local kids’ camp

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – A local auto group is responsible for a big gift.

Preferred Automotive Group and its employees has donated over $12,000 to Camp Whatcha-Wanna-Do for children diagnosed with cancer.

Courtesy: Preferred Automotive Group
Courtesy: Preferred Automotive Group

Established in 1992, Camp Watcha-Wanna-Do began as a one-week resident camp for 38 children surviving cancer. In less than three years, over 100 kids were involved in the camp, which has continued to grow.

Preferred Automotive Group says that for over 20 years, it has been involved with the camp contributing over $120,000. The camp is open to children and their siblings.

Preferred Automotive Group opened in the summer of 1989 and currently operates five sales offices, two service centers and three dealer finance companies in Northeast Indiana. They specialize in all makes and models of used vehicles.