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Klaben Ford Lincoln Donates CPR Training Unit to the City of Stow Police Department

 Klaben Ford Lincoln Donates CPR Training Unit to the City of Stow Police Departmentklaben ford lincoln

The CPR Training Program of the City of Stow Police Department was greatly enhanced last week when Klaben Ford Lincoln, in partnership with the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association (OADA) and the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation (NADCF), presented a Resusci Anne Full Body training unit.


The City of Stow Police Department is committed to providing quality law enforcement services to the community and is innovative in seeking solutions to crime and other problems within the city. Officers work diligently and professionally to make the city a safe and secure place to live and work.


Prior to receiving this training unit, the police department was borrowing CPR manikins from the fire department to train their staff; they are excited and grateful to finally have one of their own. Chief of Police Jeffrey E. Film anticipates more than 65 police staff, civilian staff and reserve officers will have the opportunity to get CPR certified thanks to this generous donation from Klaben Ford Lincoln.


Klaben Auto Stores President Richard Klaben, Human Resource Manager Tracy Tucci and Service Manager Mike VanHoose, along with Chris Haas and Ashlie Warner of the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association presented the training unit at the dealership on August 1st.


OADA, through the NADA Charitable Foundation, has been involved with member dealers in CPR equipment donation for over ten years now. The organization has donated hundreds of these training kits across the state to worthy groups through member dealers in order to train more people and help save lives.