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David Maus Chevrolet

972 Towne Center Blvd
Sanford, FL 32771

  • Phone: 888-338-7887


Employees from David Maus Chevrolet volunteered for the annual David Maus Automotive Spring Egg-stravaganza Party at the Florida Hospital for Children today. The volunteers sat with children on each floor of the new Disney Pavilion creating and helping with arts and crafts donated by the David Maus Foundation. The volunteers also put together a egg hunt for the kids to get extra special trinkets to take home.

The David Maus Foundation financially supports four to six holiday parties a year at the Florida Hospital for Children with the volunteers coming from the Foundation and the four David Maus Automotive stores. Already this year, employees volunteered for the St. Patrick’s Day party. Next up will be a celebration of Independence Day on July 2nd for the children.







For more information on how you can help, visit www.floridahospitalforchildren.com.


Last Sunday, local Central Florida DJ,”Taco Bob”  WJRR’s morning show 101.1 FM visited the David Maus Chevrolet store with huge ticket giveaways. One winner was drawn every 30 minutes for the upcoming and exclusive Earth Day Birthday concert. Taco Bob is our most recent DJ endorser and always been a customer. Listen in on 101.1 FM from 5:00a – 10:00a to hear Taco Bob and the crazy things he talks about. To read about the show, click here.

David Maus Chevrolet is open 7 days a week in both Sales and Service. For more information call 407-547-2600.

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David Maus Chevrolet Hosts WJRR 101.1 Taco Bob

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David Maus Automotive Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day at the Florida Children’s Hospital

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Following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, Chevrolet was faced with many vehicles that were damaged by wind and water on land or in the port. These vehicles were destined for the crusher, but Chevrolet took a different approach. Instead of demolishing the cars they sent the damaged vehicles to the Guardian Center in Perry, Georgia. Chevy is the official automotive partner of Guardian Centers, an 830-acre facility that trains first responders in disaster preparedness. Junked cars are used where a full-size cityscape simulator gives trainees an entire urban center in which to train for all sorts of rescue operations and disaster scenarios.

The water-damaged vehicles are expected to help provide a realistic environment to simulate real-world incidents and natural disasters for first responders to make accurate and quick responses to victims. Chevy says its particular vehicles will be used “in conjunction with role players for wide area searches, traffic congestion in emergency situations, counter terrorism, public order and mass casualty exercises.”

About Chevrolet

Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is now one of the world’s largest car brands, doing business in more than 140 countries and selling more than 4.5 million cars and trucks a year. Chevrolet provides customers with fuel-efficient vehicles that feature spirited performance, expressive design, and high quality. For more information on the new 2013 Chevrolet line-up visit David Maus Chevrolet in Sanford or call 407-547-2600.


In February David Maus Chevrolet employees and customers took part in a food supply drive for a local Seminole County school, Crystal Lake Elementary, that needed help providing food for their lower income students. Everyone participated and we were able to deliver more than five full boxes of snacks and food to help build back up the supply in their food pantry.

The program at Crystal Lake Elementary is call The Caring Crocs Project . It was started in 2011 as a way to help families in need at the school.  After watching a segment on 20/20 which talked about a homeless family in need within Seminole county the school administration felt it was important to reach out to our own school community.  Students at the school have been identified over the years as needing food and clothing but once the program was initiated it opened the door to many families who never asked. These families are struggling for many reasons including current tough economic times so any help is so appreciated by them.

The program takes donated items including non perishable food, toiletries, school supplies and school uniforms. These donations come from the Crystal Lake families and staff as well as some local businesses.  Some businesses sponsor the program and through these donations the program is able to donate approximately four times a year to several families in need at the school.

In addition to food and toiletry donations they collect unwrapped toys to distribute to families in need for the holiday season.  It’s been a very beneficial program at the school and they hope to help many more families in need for years to come.

To find out more about this program, contact the David Maus Automotive CARE Director, Andrea, at amccrorie@vtaig.com.


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