Mazda has announced that it is donating $25,000 to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts for victims of the recent Moore, Oklahoma tornado disaster. Additionally, The Mazda Foundation Board of Trustees is donating $25,000 to the American Red Cross in support of Oklahoma tornado victims. This brings Mazda’s total donation to $50,000 for disaster the tornado disaster relief.
“Because of the heroic work the American Red Cross does on behalf of those in need, we are honored to work with them to provide help to those who have been affected by the disaster.” commented Jim O’Sullivan, president and CEO of Mazda North America, about the Red Cross’s efforts for victims of the Oklahoma tornado disaster. “The tornado that touched-down in Moore has had an unprecedented impact on those located far outside the actual impact area, including our own employees, dealers and customers,” he added.
Mazda Capital Services, Mazda’s financing arm, is waiving late fees and insufficient funds fees for customers across Cleveland, Lincoln, McClain, Oklahoma and Pottawatomie counties which were affected by the hurricane. This will give Mazda Capital Services customers until the end of business on Tuesday, June 4, to make a payment and bring their accounts current. This way tornado victims can avoid late fees and insufficient funds fees. Mazda Capitol Services customers who believe they are in an area that has been impacted by the tornado and who are having trouble making a car payment can call #1-866-984-7718 (loan customers) or #1-866-984-7716 (lease customers). You can confirm eligibility for the late fee or insufficient funds fee waiver and ask any questions.
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