GM Bowling Green Assembly Plant Gives Back to Angel Programs

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) --The General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Plant Manager, Dave Tatman, says giving back to the community is something he and his employees believe in.

The plant partners with numerous charitable organizations, and each December, the company and its employees donate to the Angel Tree and Teen Angel programs. Today, those organizations recieved their largest donations from the plant to date.

"We are delighted this year againg, to be a significant giver to the Angel Tree program, and the Teen Angel program. It's the Christmas season. It's kind of the right time to do that stuff, but it's also a part of what we want to do all year long to be a place in the Bowling Green community," said General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Plant Manager Dave Tatman.

This year the assembly plant adopted more than 160 angels from Salvation Army's Angel Tree program, which provides gifts fro needy children, and gave $3,000 to the Teen Angel program. is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

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