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Epperly Tire to donate all proceeds from April 23 oil changes to Scott’s Ride for Miracles

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

On April 23, all three Columbus-area Epperly Tire locations will continue their Changing Oil Changing Lives event by donating 100 percent of the oil change proceeds to Scott's Ride for Miracles.

This event takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

"Scott's Ride for Miracles has such a great heart behind it," said Epperly Tire owner, David Epperly. "We know Scott personally and his dedication to Children's Miracle Network through his organization is evident." 

Scott's Ride for Miracles is comprised of Scott Ressmeyer and 15 other Miracle Riders who embark on a motorcycle journey through all 48 lower states in 21 days to raise money for Children's Miracle Network at Midtown Medical Center. This will be the sixth year of Scott's Ride for Miracles and Miracle Riders team has pledged to raise $1 million over the course of the ride's span.

The Midtown Medical Center has been a proud member of the Children's Miracle Network since 1995. The non-profit is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds to help provide the finest medical care, life-saving research and preventative education.

Epperly Tire began the Changing Oil Changing Lives program in 2012. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/changingoil.

For more information about Scott's Ride for Miracles, please visit their official website.

About Epperly Tire & Auto Center:

Epperly Tire & Auto Center, owned and operated by David Epperly, has been in business for 24 years and has three locations in Columbus, Ga.:

1642 Whittlesey Road
Columbus, GA  
(706) 327-8108

7608 Schomburg Road
Columbus, GA  
(706) 561-5424

2041 Auburn Ave.
Columbus, GA
(706) 561-5773

For more information please visit http://epperlytire.com or visit Epperly Tire on Facebook.

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