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MASON CITY, Iowa - A local auto salesman is doing his part to give back, by donating money to an area school for a good cause.
Dalayne Germundson is the Owner of Mason City Auto Sales and is donating 100 dollars from every auto sale he does to the Mason City School District for autistic children.
In fact, he tells us he just wrote out a 600 dollars check last week.
He says it's an issue close to his heart.
“Well I have a kid with autism, it’s I think a need at the schools for the kids,” said Germundson.
“The first check was amazing, I want to say it was almost 6,000 dollars and it was like a big wow factor,” said Hal Minear, Assistant Superintendent at Mason City School District.
Minear is referring to the benefit Germundson did last May to raise money for the school.
The money has gone to help purchase sensory equipment and iPads to help autistic children learn in local schools.
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