When Middle Tennessee’s Make-A-Wish Foundation and Lebanon’s Cedar City RV partnered earlier this year to grant a wish, it went so well they decided to do it again Thursday, except this time, they gave away four campers.
As part of International Make-A-Wish Day, the local RV dealer worked with the renowned foundation to identify four young people with life-threatening medical conditions and give them an adventure they’ll never forget.
Patti Purdy is the marketing director at Cedar City RV. She said that seeing the excitement on the child’s face “makes it worth it.”
While a lot of paperwork goes into pulling off a project like this, Purdy said it never felt like work. “We just want to be able to give these kids a normal experience.”
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Cedar City RV General Manager Mark Noble said the company would like to do more things like this down the road. The family-owned RV dealership has been in operation for five years and recently moved to a new location on Sparta Pike.
The increased indoor floor space is just one more reason it made such a perfect fit for the camper give-away.