Danbury Car Dealer Hooks Up Newtown School With 80 Computers
One of Danbury's leading car dealers is doing some good for the 'hood.
This isn't the first time that Todd Ingersoll, the owner of Ingersoll Auto of Danbury, has come through for the kids. Back in December of 2012, Ingersoll delivered 55 new computers to local schools for students who might not have access to computers at home. Here's what he told the Connecticut Post back in 2012:
At the end of the day, it's not just about selling cars, it's about taking care of people and their needs. We just want to give back to the community that we live and work in, and this is a great way to pay it forward.
This year, Todd Ingersoll dropped by Newtown High School with more new computers to add to his special program which the Ingersoll family started up eight years ago. If you take a look at Ingersoll Auto's FB page, you'll find that this is one generous family.
Other schools that have benefited from the Ingersoll family's generosity are Bethel, Watertown, and Danbury. Great job, Todd, and happy holidays to you and your family from all of us here at WRKI and WDBY.