Wendy Myers, a Tarleton State University nursing student, won a new Jeep Renegade Tuesday at Creekside Townhomes’ mixer with the Stephenville Chamber of Commerce, through partnership with the Bruner Auto Family.
Myers, a resident of Creekside Townhomes, was excited about the prize. She will begin clinical rotations to conclude her nursing degree this semester, requiring her to drive to and from her clinic sites.
The Jeep replaces Myers’ current vehicle, which is nearly 20 years old.
“It means a great deal for Creekside to be able to help its residents,” said Ashtyn White, property manager at Creekside Townhomes. “We know that by serving the people we interact with daily, we can then extend our reach outward and help the Stephenville community.”
Over the last four months Creekside Townhomes, which recently won Best Apartment Complex in Erath County, has collaborated with the Bruner Auto Family to give away one of their vehicles to a lucky resident.
“We’re so excited to welcome a new member of the Bruner Auto Family,” said Greg Bruner, owner and general Manager of Bruner Auto Family. “This community is very important to us, and we love to give back any chance we get.”