Toyota Tundra Donated To Humane Society


From left: Debbie Browder, Eddie Leedy, the executive director of the Humane Society, Frank DeLuca the owner of DeLuca Toyota, and Bill Steward, the treasurer of the Humane Society, pose with a wrapped Toyota Tundra that was donated to the Humane Society of Marion County during an event at DeLuca Toyota in Ocala, Fla. on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021. The pickup truck replaces a Humane Society of Marion County Toyota Tacoma that was being used by the no-kill shelter and was totaled recently. DeLuca took $10,000 off the price of the Tundra for the Humane Society and was offering it to them for $5,000. Then, Bill and Debbie Browder donated the remaining $5,000 so that the Tundra could be fully donated. [Bruce Ackerman/Ocala Gazette] 2021.

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Posted February 10, 2021 | Photos By Bruce Ackerman/Ocalas Gazette

A wrapped Toyota Tundra was donated to the Humane Society of Marion County at DeLuca Toyota. The pickup truck replaces a Humane Society of Marion County Toyota Tacoma that was being used by the no-kill shelter and was totaled recently. Owner Frank DeLuca took $10,000 off the price of the Tundra for the Humane Society and was offering it to them for $5,000. Then, Bill and Debbie Browder donated the remaining $5,000 so that the Tundra could be fully donated.