On April 26, employees from Larry H. Miller Toyota Boulder spent their time not at the dealership, but out in the community doing good. During the annual Larry H. Miller Day of Service, employees volunteered at Valmont Bike Park armed with shovels and gardening tools to help refresh and prepare the park for the summer season. Joining the employees this year were their children, who eagerly took part in assisting their parents.
LHM Toyota Boulder joined hundreds of employees throughout Colorado and across the country who volunteered during the Day of Service. The company-wide initiative honors the legacy of its founder, the late Larry H. Miller, on his birthday. Miller, who passed away in 2009, strongly supported giving back in the communities where he did business. Since 2010, 9,744 employees have donated over 38,972 hours at 192 locations in seven states as part of the Day of Service initiative.
“I’m very proud of our employees for their dedication to helping those in the communities where we live and work,” said Ray Reilly, senior vice president, Larry H. Miller Dealerships. “Their efforts during the Day of Service are just one way in which they give their time, money and talent to enrich the lives of others.”
Larry H. Miller began his career as a parts salesman in Denver in 1970 and opened his first store in Colorado in 1987. Today the dealership group is the second largest in Colorado and employs more than 1,200 individuals at 14 locations. Through its charitable organization, Larry H. Miller Charities, more than $700,000 has been donated to qualified nonprofit organizations throughout Colorado since 1997.