Dearborn Teacher Receives ‘MAACOver’ For Exceptional Service To Community
October 26, 2020
As teachers adapt to a changing educational environment this year, the last thing they need to worry about are their cars. That’s why Maaco is recognizing Jordan Collins, a teacher at Taft-Galloway Elementary School, for her contributions and commitment to the Detroit community by providing a free ‘MAACOver’ to her vehicle.
Collins teaches special needs students and pours her heart and soul into helping the children in the Wayne community. Collins' favorite part of teaching is watching the excitement and enjoyment students have when they grasp new material throughout the year.
Last winter, Collins' vehicle was damaged, and she has not had the chance to get it repaired. Maaco is proud to recognize the works Collins does for her community by repairing her vehicle free of charge.
"Maaco knows that teaching students this year is more of a challenge than ever before," said Tim Wright, owner of Maaco Farmington, MI. "Our shop has such respect for the work that all teachers do. Jordan goes above and beyond for her students and deserves to be treated."
"I am so happy to have been nominated and selected to receive the Teacher MAACOver," said Collins. "As a first-year special education teacher, this year has been eventful to say the least, but it means the world to me to be appreciated by my community. MAACO in Farmington did an outstanding job and Tim provided the most amazing customer service!"
Maaco’s MAACOver effort continues the brand’s longstanding tradition of aiding local communities. As America's #1 auto paint and collision repair provider, Maaco has serviced more than 20 million cars since 1972. Whether it's changing the color of your car or handling your insurance claim, Maaco helps people turn the car you drive back into the car you love.