A New Generation of Handymen

In Boy Scouts, Community Involvementby Steves Auto Repair and Tire

Handyman Activity BadgeAt the end of November we had the pleasure of helping many of the scouts in Webelos Pack 1189 get their handyman activity badge. After closing down the shop we hosted the scouts and their parents for a clinic about basic car maintenance and repair. Scouts were able to do everything from basic light bulb replacement to checking and topping off oil and helping to put on a spare tire. They all know how to check tire pressure and even got a chance to use an air gun to remove lug nuts! It was a lot of fun for us to teach a bit and so long as they don’t let all the air out of their parents’ tires we think we can call it a success!

Monthly Pointer: Cold Weather Means Winterization

In Boys and Girls Club, Community Involvement, Promotionsby Steves Auto Repair and Tire

Monthly Pointer: Cold Weather Means WinterizationWith the New Year comes a very exciting new announcement! TCi is our primary tire supplier and they have agreed that for the entire year of 2013 they will donate $2 for every tire we purchase from them to the Prince William Boys and Girls Club! This means that getting your tires replaced not only gets you safer and more comfortable while driving down the road but also helps money go to a good cause!
We are very excited about this new partnership and look forward to helping the Boys and Girls Club of Prince William County. Remember, $2 per tire to a worthy cause, it doesn’t get much better than that!

Auto Shop Donation Keeps Kids’ Buses Rolling Sep 25, 2012

In Boys and Girls Club, Community Involvementby Steves Auto Repair and Tire

auto shopSidney “ST” Billingsley is the owner and operator of Steve’s Auto Repair in Woodbridge.

Transportation is a vital component to the daily operations of all three of the Boys & Girls Clubs’ branches in Prince William County. The gentleman who is solely responsible for keeping their buses on the roadgoes by simply two letters: “ST.”
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