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Staying home, staying safe, and cleaning closets

April 20, 2020

Photo ©Michael Jastremski

Connecticut: you are amazing. We at Key Cars of Connecticut are doing our part, staying home and social distancing, while still servicing vehicles so docs, nurses, grocery store workers, chefs, police, and firefighters can keep our communities safe.

Just like you. We’re all doing the best we can, to keep communities safe and emerge from the other side of this safe and healthy.

We’re all so busy, even when safe at home: helping kids adjust to on-line learning, supporting family and friends from afar, and still trying to work during this crisis, wondering when it will end.

But if you are staying at home, you may be cleaning: tackling forgotten closets, junk drawers – compiling a pile of used household items you no longer use, want, or need.

In this quick, Nicer, Newer News video, Jill Merriam, Dealer For The People at Key Cars, shares a great Connecticut non-profit where gently used housewares are put to good use. So if you have the energy and will to clean out stuff no longer wanted or needed, here’s a great opportunity to share with families who really need them. Your stuff helps create a home for those less fortunate through an incredible local non-profit helping CT homeless create homes, called Journey Home Connecticut.

Take a listen:

Thank you for doing your part to keep communities safe. And if you are cleaning out a garage, shed, or kitchen pantry, consider donating gently used items to fellow Connecticut residents who need them. Journey Home does good work in Connecticut, proving we are in fact better together, even when we’re apart.

Key Cars of Connecticut service departments are open for business, with safety precautions and limited staff, to keep your car safe to drive to get you where you need to be. Sales is open too, but remotely, with great precaution to non-contact, from test-drive to financing. If you can wait, wait. But if you need a nicer, newer car, Key Cars will work with you remotely and virtually via phone, text, chat, email — whatever it takes, to get you what you need.

Please – follow all guidelines to stay home, stay safe so our state – and world – can resist COVID19 to the best of our ability. We can do this.

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