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posted: 12/7/2012 7:57 AM

Rohrman Auto Group donates $100,000 to Sandy relief

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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, people across the suburbs have donated time and money to help the storm's victims, including the Chicago area car dealerships of the Bob Rohrman Auto Group.

This week Rohrman donated $100,000 to the Red Cross, said J.R. Rohrman, general manager of Arlington Nissan.

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The 13 auto dealerships in the Chicago area donated $50 from every new or used car sold during November to Hurricane Sandy victims.

"There are still a lot of folks who are homeless out there. We just wanted to help as much as we could and we were blessed we were able to give so much," Rohrman said.

People can donate to the Red Cross at

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