More than 40 employees from four Larry H. Miller dealerships in Boise did volunteer work the morning of April 26, the late Larry H. Miller’s birthday. They planted native plants and controlled weeds atthe World Center for Birds of Prey. From left: Eric Smith, internet sales manager; Theresa Waybright, digital services adviser; Alex Mcintyre, salesperson; Brad Moore, general manager (standing); Brando Iglecias, lot attendant; and Vickie Allen, service adviser.
More than 40 employees from four Larry H. Miller dealerships in Boise did volunteer work the morning of April 26, the late Larry H. Miller’s birthday. They planted native plants and controlled weeds atthe World Center for Birds of Prey. From left: Eric Smith, internet sales manager; Theresa Waybright, digital services adviser; Alex Mcintyre, salesperson; Brad Moore, general manager (standing); Brando Iglecias, lot attendant; and Vickie Allen, service adviser.
More than 40 employees from four Larry H. Miller dealerships in Boise did volunteer work the morning of April 26, the late Larry H. Miller’s birthday. They planted native plants and controlled weeds atthe World Center for Birds of Prey. From left: Eric Smith, internet sales manager; Theresa Waybright, digital services adviser; Alex Mcintyre, salesperson; Brad Moore, general manager (standing); Brando Iglecias, lot attendant; and Vickie Allen, service adviser.

These workers get out of their offices and contribute to the community. How about you?

June 23, 2017 6:55 AM

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