December 3, 2009
MetroAtlanta Ambulance Employees Donate Toys & Money to Cobb Christmas “Stuff a Bus” Program
MetroAtlanta Ambulance employees gathered toys, non-perishable food items, gift cards and gift certificates for Cobb County’s “Stuff A Bus” Christmas Holiday program. For several years now, Cobb Christmas partners with Cobb County Department of Transportation and Cobb Community Transit (CCT) to create the county’s most unique and memorable holiday program named “Stuff-A-Bus”. Cobb Christmas uses a Cobb Community Transit (CCT) bus to go around town collecting gifts from local businesses, schools and other organizations that have organized toy and food drives. The gifts and foods are distributed to families in need during the holiday season. This year MetroAtlanta Ambulance employees collected toys, stuffed several ambulances with them and delivered the toys to the Cobb Christmas warehouse. MetroAtlanta Ambulance vice president Devan Seabaugh stated, “This has been a tough year financially for a lot of families in our community and our staff was grateful to be able to participate again this year with Cobb Christmas. We know it’s going to make some deserving kids dreams come true”.