We at Crown Car Care love the community we live in and give back through a variety of local causes: ARC, Whole Child Connection, United for Families, Safe Space, House of Hope, and Honor Flight.
Each year we become more and more involved with our Veterans and the Stuart Air Show. At Crown Collision Center/Dangerous Curves we created a replica of the nose art from the Memphis Belle that was first unveiled at the Stuart Air Show in November 2010 at the Crown Collision tent. Veterans were invited to sign it and since that time it has been on tour throughout Martin County.
Signatures now cover the entire surface of the 5’ x 4’ slab and there are plans to create another panel for signatures. Eventually the Memphis Belle will be donated to the Road to Victory Military Museum in Stuart.
For 2011 Crown Car Care and Crown Collision Center sponsored the Living Legends tent at the Stuart Air Show and raised over $3000 for the Honor Flight.
Todd is a very energetic speaker who speaks at the local high schools about car maintenance for the drivers education courses. He was also invited to speak to the ROTC at Martin County High School about his experience with Honor Flight. Todd and his partner Mark Smith of Crown Collision / Dangerous Curves were awarded Business Partner of the Year from Martin County High School for 2011-2012.