Holman-ARI raises UrbanPromise funds - Courier Post

MOUNT LAUREL — Employees from Holman Automotive Group and its subsidiary ARI recently helped raise more than $24,000 in the annual Pedal for Promise event to support the UrbanPromise Academy in Camden.

The Holman-ARI team, consisting of more than 30 bikers and 10 volunteers, was the event’s top fundraiser, bringing in $24,395 in pledges for the May 4 event.

“We are proud to support UrbanPromise and the work that they do,” said Frank H. Beideman, vice president of resource development for Holman Automotive.

“The children who attend the academy are provided with the opportunity to learn and grow through meaningful, real-world experiences.”

UrbanPromise is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing children and youth with the support they need to succeed academically, grow spiritually, and prepare for leadership so they can bring positive change to their own communities.

Holman was founded in 1924 and is comprised of more than 25 operating companies, including dealerships in southern New Jersey and southern Florida. ARI is a global vehicle fleet management company with more than 2,400 employees worldwide.