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Brown Daub In The News

Brown Daub seeking local charities to assist each month

Brown Daub Charities is branching out.

The charitable arm of the Brown Daub auto dealerships is launching a new program -- one that will allocate a portion of proceeds from every vehicle sold to local charities.

But first, the dealership group is looking for nonprofit groups and agencies to assist.

"We are very excited to be able to give back to the local community that has supported our business for the past 77 years," said Thomas A. Daub, a third-generation operator of the auto sales group. "Brown Daub Charities has been supporting nonprofits in the Lehigh Valley for many years and this is just a natural extension of our commitment to giving back."

Starting in July, the company said, Brown Daub will donate directly to a local charity each month. Nonprofit organizations can apply for a grant online at the newly launched www.browndaubcharities.com.

Applications will be reviewed by a committee and a recipient will be announced monthly, Daub said.

The Brown Daub family of dealerships was founded in 1936 and has grown to include Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Chevrolet, Volvo, Fiat, Kia and thousands of pre-owned vehicles. The dealerships also maintain service centers and body shops throughout the Lehigh Valley.

Many contribute to success of Easton arts fest

Morning Call : September 28, 2013

With wonderful art and crafts from 80 juried exhibitors, performances from 14 talented music groups, food vendors, beer, wine, poetry and children's activities, the 17th annual Easton Riverside Festival of the Arts is over for another year. Many pieces must come together to make this event possible. First, I would like to thank our main sponsors - The Morning Call, The Express-Times, City of Easton, Crayola, Brown Daub , Gross McGinley and Ed Shaughnessy. Also thanks to many other local businesses and individuals that contributed dollars and raffle items.

Our dedicated committee worked tirelessly since February to put together the best festival yet. I heartily thank Ellen Shaughnessy, Howard McGinn, Laurie Rudich, James Supra, Blodwyn Gourniak, Peggy King, Bill Rich, Anthony Marraccini, Pamalee LaDuca and Dana Aycock. Although each team member had specific responsibilities, everyone pulled together to handle the countless details that were necessary to deliver an organized, smoothly run festival. A truly special group of people!

A thank you also to Jamie Hartranft, executive assistant to Easton Mayor Sal Panto Jr, and the wonderful team of Easton officials for their coordination and help in making sure all went smoothly. And last, I thank our exhibiting artists, craftspeople, musicians, poets and food and beverage vendors. Without them, there would not have been a festival.


Carol Benner