We are always proud of the members of the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce, but it makes us extra proud when we hear our members are doing good in our local community!

Recently, Auto-Mobile Detective went above and beyond to assist others in need. Andrea Horton, owner of Automobile Detective, shared photos on Facebook and told the story of their good deed of helping homeless Veterans get back on the road.

Staff from Auto-Mobile Detective made their way to the make-shift camp that a group of veterans now call home. Located just off the 202 and McKellips, this camp is made up of cars, trucks, tents and shelters those who have nowhere else to go have set up.

According to the East Valley Tribune, the camp, known as Camp Alpha, had to be vacated by March 3 at 9:00 AM. A private property in Chandler has been made available to the Veterans needing to leave Camp Alpha. The problem? Some of the vehicles were no longer functioning properly, leaving some of the inhabitants no way to get to the camp’s new location.

Auto-mobile Detective made their way to the Camp and donated tools and parts for the Veterans to use. They now have some quality tools to help fix vehicles and other miscellaneous items around the camp. 

Thank you, Andrea, and the rest of Auto-Mobile Detective’s staff for doing their part and helping those in need. We are proud to have this business a part of the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce!


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