Recycled Rides, a nationwide vehicle gifting program to gift vehicles to those in need and Baker Collision Express has identified a Gold Star Mother in need of reliable transportation.  Gold Star, Mother Dianne Massey, whose son Sgt. Joshua C. Blaney served with the 173rd Airborne Brigade U.S. Army was killed in action in Afghanistan on December 12, 2007, will be presented the vehicle. Baker Collision Express and our community will recognize the 10th anniversary of her loss.

Steve Baker says, “We at Baker Collision Express are proud to announce our participation in such a worthy cause.”

USAA Insurance donated the 2012 Toyota Camry vehicle and Baker Collision Express refurbished the vehicle to pristine condition.

The presentation of the vehicle will take place today, Jan. 24 at 4:00 at Baker Collision Express, located at 273 Riverchase Way Lexington.

Recycled Rides is a nationwide community service project whereby members of the National Auto Body Council (NABC) repair and donate recycled vehicles to families and service organizations in need, in their own communities.  A “green” program highlighting vehicle and parts recycling, Recycled Rides recruits collision repairers, insurers, paint suppliers, parts vendors and others, to contribute on their own, yet synergistic ways.