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Coach USA Van Galder and Janesville Jets Aim For Hat Trick to Fight Hunger By Donating to ECHO

Coach USA /Van Galder has teamed up with the Janesville Jets for a “Stuff the Bus” event on January 31, 2020 to support ECHO. ECHO’s mission is dedicated to meeting housing, food and other basic human needs, addressing the barriers to self-sufficiency. The goal is to have fans bring a food donation to help fill a 56-seat motorcoach full of nonperishable goods that will go and help those in need in the community.  Doors at the Janesville Ice Arena will open at 6:00 p.m., with puck drop at 7:00 p.m.

“Having Coach USA/ Van Galder and the Janesville Jets, team up to fight hunger seemed like a natural fit since we both really care and want the best for our community by helping ECHO. Also, this would be a fun and unique way to give the fans a challenge to stuff a bus while helping those in need,” said Coach USA /Van Galder General Manager Allen Fugate.

Janesville Jets fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to the game. All donations will be collected as fans enter the arena. Additionally, this is Coach USA /Van Galder ‘s company night out at the Janesville Jets.  There will be a couple of other fun things planned for everyone in attendance as well.  

Coach USA/Van Galder is the official transportation of the Janesville Jets and Coach USA/ Van Galder driver Cody Schroeder pulls double duty as the team’s equipment manager.

““Your Town Your Team” is not just a slogan for us,” said President Bill McCoshen. “It’s a key part of our mission. The Jets organization and our players strive to give back to Janesville by donating time and money to important local partners. In this case, we are so pleased to team up with one of our key partners to help our neighbors.”

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