KSP/CVE Region 6 Honors Local Businesses
Date of News Release: 05/09/2016
(Pikeville, KY)- On Thursday May 5, 2016, Kentucky State Police/CVE Captain Bruce Patterson and Sergeant Larry Farris, went out to show appreciation to local businesses in the region for their continuing support with various programs within the Kentucky State Police.
Two businesses name in our community are, Save A Lot of Coal Run and Food City on Cassady Blvd. Kenneth Williams and John Linkes both with Save A Lot, Tim Collins, the bakery department with Food City all received appreciation plaques for their invaluable contribution and support to various programs with the Kentucky State Police division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement.
"While proving enforcement and education to make the highways safer for the public the Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement participates in a wide variety of fundraising projects for the community. These events range from the cram the cruiser food drive to Shop with a Trooper for underprivileged children at Christmas time.
While donations come from various sources, some of the most generous are form the local businesses. These businesses often donate their goods and time to make many of our fund raisers very successful. While we could never fully express our appreciation for their efforts we wanted to give back a little and present them with a token of our appreciation", said KSP/CVE Region 6 Commander, Captain Bruce Patterson.