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Special Olympics BC athletes Jaykob Low, Joshua Low and Stuart Stevenson take a seat in the organization’s new Dodge Caravan at Cloverdale’s Langley Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealership. The vehicle was presented by Mike Trotman, President of Trotman Auto Group, Paul McGeachie, Executive Director of the New Car Dealers Association to Dan Howe of Special Olympics BC. - CONTRIBUTED
Special Olympics BC athletes Jaykob Low, Joshua Low and Stuart Stevenson take a seat in the organization’s new Dodge Caravan at Cloverdale’s Langley Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealership. The vehicle was presented by Mike Trotman, President of Trotman Auto Group, Paul McGeachie, Executive Director of the New Car Dealers Association to Dan Howe of Special Olympics BC.
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Special Olympics BC athletes Jaykob Low, Joshua Low and Stuart Stevenson take a seat in the organization’s new Dodge Caravan at Cloverdale’s Langley Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealership. The vehicle was presented by Mike Trotman, President of Trotman Auto Group, Paul McGeachie, Executive Director of the New Car Dealers Association to Dan Howe of Special Olympics BC.

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