American Heritage FCU and 98.1 WOGL raise $8,850 for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 19, 2015) — American Heritage Federal Credit Union and 98.1 WOGL held their Annual Car Show, Craft Show and Member Appreciation Day on Saturday, May 16, 2015 on the grounds of American Heritage Federal Credit Union’s headquarters on Red Lion Road in Northeast Philadelphia. Thousands of credit union members and area residents spent a beautiful Saturday afternoon talking cars, shopping at the 40 vendor craft show, enjoying games, petting zoo and entertainment for the family while listening to a live broadcast from 98.1 WOGL. They even got to see NASCAR’s #88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Nationwide Chevrolet SS Show Car and experienced a racing simulator.

Nearly 200 classic, muscle and new generation vehicles — from Roadsters to Rolls Royces — were judged to see which would win the “CEO’s Choice”, “WOGL Choice”, and “Best of Show” trophies, along with trophies awarded to the top 55 show cars and best in class.

The show raised over $8,850 for the credit union’s Kids-N-Hope Foundation, which supports the Music Therapy Program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

American Heritage Federal Credit Union is a $1.5 billion member-owned financial cooperative serving over 800 sponsor companies. It is the country’s 132nd largest Credit Union with over 137,000 members and 30 branches in the Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery and Camden Counties.

WOGL is owned and operated by CBS RADIO, one of the largest major market radio operators in the United States.  A division of CBS Corporation, CBS RADIO operates 127 radio stations, the majority of which are in the nation’s top 50 markets. CBS RADIO also owns and operates WIP-FM, WIP-AM, WPHT-AM and KYW-AM in Philadelphia.

Picture Attached: American Heritage President/CEO Bruce Foulke (left) and WOGL-FM Vice-President & GM Jim Loftus (right) present Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Representative Lisa Rabbit (center) with a check for $8,850 raised at the 12th Annual Car Show.

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