Warrenton KIA Donates $2,300.00 to the Warrenton USCG Chief Petty Officers Association. This money was raised from the sales of every new 2018, KIA sold between from May 15th – June 15th.

The CPOA proudly serve Coast Guard and other military active duty and reserve members, Veterans, their families and their communities. Through their strong and united network of over 10,000 members, they work to advance the interests of their membership through community service, scholarships and fundraising, and by partnering with military and veteran’s organizations, both locally and nationally.

Chief Petty Office, Travis Marsh, Vice President of the Lower Columbia Chapter of the CPOA said this, when he was presented with the $2,300.00.” We would like to thank Warrenton KIA for thinking of the Chief Petty Officers Association and for their generosity in providing us with these much-needed funds.  The money will go a long way to supporting our mission”.

When asked why Warrenton KIA was contributing to the USCG Chief petty Officers Association, Roxanne Williams – Morinville replied, “The staff at Warrenton KIA, like many of us here on the coast have heard the sound day in and day out, of Coast Guard helicopters on their way to another rescue. And that’s why as Memorial Day approached last month it was decided to donate a portion of every new KIA sold to the USCG Chief petty Officers Association.

PHOTO – Left to Right
Chief Petty Officer, Nathan Mahoney, Chief Petty Officer, Mark Cownie, Chief Petty Officer?Travis Marsh, Retired Chief Don Primmer, Roxanne Williams-Morinville, Warrenton KIA Dealer Operator, Chief Petty Officer Derek Williams, Gregg Lundberg, General Sales Manager and ?Chief Petty Officer Matthew Talley
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