Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


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Lanny Dunn, owner of Cumberland Auto Center, presents the Upper Cumberland Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation a check for $5,000. From left are Eric Grooms, Toyota sales manager; Jeremy Whitson, general sales manager; Ted McWilliams, executive director of the Upper Cumberland Susan G. Komen; Gay McNab, breast cancer survivor; Brandon Hall, general manager; Lanny Dunn; Wes Dunn, KIA general manager; LeGrande Smith, KIA sales manager; and Bill Phipps, Chrysler sales manager.

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