Tewksbury Special Education Parent Advisory Council and Atamian Volkswagen Nationals Softball Team recipients of donation
Online PR News – 08-November-2010 – – The Atamian Family, owners of Atamian Volkswagen & Honda, Inc. of Tewksbury, donated 20 Yaz Day at Fenway tickets to the Tewksbury Special Education Parent Advisory Council, which is a Tewksbury Public School Committee organization, and the Atamian Volkswagen & Honda Nationals, an intermediate softball team for girls ages 11 & 12. The Atamian Family also handed out official Major League baseballs as well as Red Sox visors and baseball caps as a gift to the kids who attended Yaz Day at Fenway on Friday, June 25th.
“We couldn’t be happier to send these great groups of kids to Fenway Park to learn about Red Sox history while having some fun,” said Atamian Volkswagen & Honda, Inc. of Tewksbury President Reed Atamian. “We hope to continue our relationship with local youth organizations in Tewksbury so we can bring similar opportunities to more kids moving forward.”
“This is a wonderful opportunity for our kids to experience something they normally wouldn’t get a chance to be involved with,” said Tewksbury Special Education Parent Advisory Council Chairperson Lisa Puccia. “We’re very thankful to the Atamian Family for being very generous to our kids.”
“We’re grateful to the Atamian Family for giving our softball players the opportunity to participate in a great Fenway Park event,” said Nationals Coach Mark Smolinsky. “The girls couldn’t be more thrilled to be spending a day at Fenway Park!”
Proceeds from Yaz Day at Fenway benefit the Genesis Fund, which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds for the specialized care and treatment of New England area children born with birth defects, genetic diseases and intellectual disabilities. For more information about Yaz Day, please visit www.thegenesisfund.org.
About Atamian Volkswagen & Honda
The Volkswagen and Honda franchises are operated at 150 Main Street, Tewksbury, MA, which occupy land from Route 38 to I- 495 in Massachusetts. It remains a family business with Bob Atamian as Dealer Principle since 1968. Bob has since been joined by his sons Robby and Terry and by his grandson Benjamin, who represents the 4th generation of Atamians in the business.
The Atamian family has also long been active in numerous community and charitable activities through the years, including the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Genesis Fund, Cam Neely Foundation and Tewksbury, Falmouth and Lowell youth organizations.