Mercedes-Benz of Eugene is proud to be involved in Our Community
For years, we’ve teamed up with local organizations to host, sponsor, and partake in various events. Some may assume that because of our prestigious brand name, therein lies a type of corporate obligation to become involved. Truthfully, like the many businesses in Eugene, Mercedes-Benz of Eugene operates similarly to a small business. Our close-knit team of employees recognize the importance of providing excellent customer service to the community, as well as giving back to the people and community we call home.
Here, you can find a few of our recent involvements in the community.
Volunteering at FOOD For Lane County
The Mercedes-Benz of Eugene team volunteered at FOOD For Lane County as we sorted through more than 7000 pounds of canned food.
Helping children and families in need
Mercedes-Benz of Eugene’s own Danita Marks has been doing important work for Oregon Riders Society – a local non profit helping families and children in need. The group recently spent the weekend in front of Gateway Mall gathering donations and toys. Members of the group made additional donations just to make sure there were enough toys. They’re also working on the Springfield Christmas parade with a superhero theme this year. We salute Danita for embodying Mercedes-Benz of Eugene’s sprit of service.
Proud to support Relief Nursery
Mercedes-Benz of Eugene is proud to be a Platinum sponsor for Relief Nursery’s Main (Un)Event on June 4 – supporting a vital organization keeping children safe from neglect and abuse in this community we call home.
Sponsoring the Child Center Crisis Response Van
Thanksgiving 2020 – Donating Gift Cards to Food for Lane County
Giving Back To Our Community & The Relief Nursery
Service Team Volunteers to Help Residents of Willamette Oaks Retirement Living
We’ve taken the Pledge to Keep our Community Safe
COVID-19 – We are Here to Help our Community
World Polio Day – October 24th
Celebrating our Community’s Rising Business Stars
An Evening of Beauty – Supporting the Relief Nursery