Giving Back in the Community

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Happy New Year from all of us at Rockport Automotive!

Even through difficult times, Jan Abendroth, owner of Rockport Automotive, believes in giving back to the community that continues to support her business. Rockport Automotive has been giving back to other organizations and businesses every month since 2013.  Supporting the community is an important part of Rockport Automotive and we stride to make a difference with other local organizations.  Every month, $5.00 from each oil change goes back to a recipient in the community.

We invite organizations to contact Jan to inquire on how your organization can become a recipient of this program.  Please email for more information.

January 2021, our recipient is P2P Dance Center

P2P Dance Center scholarship program is for students whose parents are struggling to finance their child’s classical ballet training.

Covid 19 has placed an additional strain on P2P Dance parents to pay for the dance training that their children embarked upon early in their lives. Some dancers, who are now 13 to 18 years old, began with P2P Dance Center at the age of three. Those dancers who train up to 4 days per week and are aspiring to become professional performers, teachers and choreographers, are hard pressed to find the financial support needed to continue.

With your support P2P Dance Center believes the school can continue to support the dance training of these talented young dancers in their chosen field of the performing arts.

Last Month’s Camden Hills Ice Hockey Boosters Club and with all of your support we were able to raise $440.00!

Thank you for the support.

Come to Rockport Automotive and support your local community by getting your oil changed, TODAY!

We look forward seeing you soon!


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