HADLEY — TommyCar Auto Group was a supporter and sponsor of the Rock 102 Mayflower Marathon, with its Service Department offering discounts on vehicle maintenance to anyone willing to donate non-perishable canned goods. In addition to the generous community support, Country Hyundai, Country Nissan, and Northampton Volkswagen matched the first $1,000 that was donated by listeners each day, donating a grand total of $3,000 to Springfield Open Pantry. “It was inspiring to see how many people come out during those three days to donate non-perishable items. We were honored to be part of this amazing cause” said TommyCar co-owner Carla Cosenzi. This year, the annual Rock 102 Mayflower Marathon raised $108,000 for Springfield Open Pantry. Bax & O’Brien broadcasted 52 hours from the Basketball Hall of Fame in downtown Springfield. Their goal was to fill three 48-foot trailers with non-perishable food donations.
"HADLEY — For six years, the Tom Cosenzi Driving for the Cure Charity Golf Tournament has raised more than $480,000 to support Dr. Patrick Wen and his team of researchers in the Neuro-Oncology Department at Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
This year, the four-player scramble held at Crestview Country Club on Sept. 15 included 144 golfers and 175 banquet guests raising $76,300, the Tommy Car family of dealerships said in a news release Tuesday"
"Northampton – TommyCar continues in its project of building Volkswagen and Hyundai dealerships at the site of the former Kollmorgen Electro-optical headquarters on King Street. Each TommyCar building will comprise 18,000 square feet.
TommyCar Auto Group bought the 5-acre parcel on the corner of King Street and Damon Road for $1.8 million in May.
Kollmorgen moved to Village Hill in Northampton in 2011."