Kenny Ross Automotive Group President honored for commitment to service

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Verona, PA - James “Jimmy” L. Ross, President of Kenny Ross Automotive Group, received the “Board Service Award” at the Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Greater Pittsburgh Volunteer Recognition Dinner on April 30, 2014 at Green Oaks Country Club.

Mr. Ross has served on the organization’s Board of Directors since 1992 and was President of the Board from 2010-2012. His father, Kenny Ross, founded the organization in Pittsburgh in 1965. BBBS of Greater Pittsburgh CEO Jan S. Glick explained that “Jimmy Ross is an exemplary Board member. His commitment to the organization’s mission is unparalleled. The Board Service Award recognizes Jimmy for his reliability and tireless work ethic over the past 12 years sustaining his father’s legacy.”

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. The agency’s evidence-based programs empower these children to achieve educational success, avoid risky behaviors, set higher aspirations, and develop greater confidence and better relationships.

BBBS of Greater Pittsburgh serves over 1,200 children annually across Allegheny, Greene and Washington counties and has earned national recognition for program quality and organizational excellence.


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