Turkey Drive Thru with tow truck parade scheduled for Friday November 12, 2021 at Detroit’s Second Ebenezer Church
– Bishop Edgar L. Vann
DETROIT, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, October 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Detroit Towing Association (DTA), a professional organization made up of most of the police-licensed towing companies in Detroit, is partnering with Bishop Edgar L. Vann and Second Ebenezer Church for their annual turkey collection. Wishing everyone goodwill and Happy Thanksgiving, DTA brings 2000 ButterballÂ® From turkeys to those in need. âWe have regular food drives at Second Ebenezer,â said Vann. âAnd I’m happy to help bring Thanksgiving to them as well. For that, I am grateful to the hard-working men and women of the DTA, âhe said.
DTA Vice-President Julie Semma is looking forward to this event. âI can’t wait to see the parade of trucks lined up and feel the good vibes we all feel when we give back,â said Semma. âWe are delighted to partner with Bishop Vann and the Second Ebenezer Church. It will be an unforgettable morning as we share some great news and ButterballÂ® turkeys, âsaid Barry Foster, chairman of the DTA.
Turkey Drive Thru for people in need
2,000 turkeys given
Parade of DTA tow trucks
One turkey per household. Recipients must present an ID or a Link2Feed card.
Friday, November 12, 2021
9:00 a.m. – noon (or until all turkeys are distributed)
Second parking lot of the Ebenezer church
14601 Dequindre Road, just south of McNichols and east of
I-75 in Detroit, MI 48212
The public can call 313.867.4700 for more information.
Bishop Edgar L. Vann and Second Ebenezer Church, members of the Detroit Towing Association and special guests. Hundreds of people will cross to see the trucks and receive their turkeys.
The Detroit Towing Association is a group of professional, police-licensed towing companies who have organized themselves to champion best practices, transparency, and fair towing practices in Detroit.