“I had two proposals — one from Safelite AutoGlass, and one from another company. We were looking at about $3,000 worth of damage,” he said.
Then Mason received a call from Safelite AutoGlass employee Kelsey Profio.
“She said that Safelite AutoGlass wanted to fix all the vans’ windshields at no cost to us,” he said. “They came out and fixed all of our vans for free, on the spot.”
The two technicians who performed the work — Zach Pate and Casey Durham — said they were happy to make the repairs.
“It was a great feeling knowing that I was able to take part in turning an unfortunate situation into a positive outcome,” Pate said.
“When we help folks, it cements the bond between us, and we grow from being just another business to a valued member of the community,” said John Wagner, area sales manager for Safelite AutoGlass.
The Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities supports more than 1,800 individuals with disabilities and their families through various programs and services.