Our Community Involvement
Miracle Toyota of North Augusta Community Involvement
The Murphy Automotive Group proudly serves North Augusta, GA, and the Beech Island and Augusta communities. We’re more than just a dealership; we’re a part of your community. That’s why we honor Aiken County’s Teacher of the Year by donating a brand new car. Plus, we recently gave away a vehicle in a random drawing during Bob’s Big Giveaway. We’ve also had the privilege of working with the Salvation Army’s Center of Hope and the United Way to help aid in their work of providing for those in need.
Teacher of the Year
For more than 25 years, Miracle Toyota of North Augusta Group has been a proud supporter of our local community, and Murphy Auto Group intends to continue that legacy. We know the impact of great teachers, and that’s why we’re happy to honor teachers from both Aiken and Richmond County with our Teacher of the Year award. Follow the links to learn more about our current Aiken County Teacher of the Year and Richmond County Teacher of the Year.
Local Charity Involvement
Murphy Automotive gladly works to support the community in a number of ways. Recently we had the privilege of working with the Salvation Army’s Center of Hope and the United Way to help aid in their work of providing for those from this community who are in need.
Bob’s Big Giveaway
Who doesn’t want a free car? One lucky customer got just that during the Bob’s Big Giveaway event. Our valued customer received a new 2017 Nissan Versa five-speed sedan, but all contestants enjoyed a cookout at our Nissan of Augusta store.
Murphy Automotive Company Softball Game
At Murphy Automotive, we’re a family. That’s why we enjoy getting our cleats a little dirty and spending time with one another.
American Legion Baseball Program
The American Legion is a nonprofit 503c(19) military veteran organization. The national (all 50 states & Canada) American Legion baseball program was established in 1925. For detailed information about American Legion baseball please go online to www.legion.org/baseball. 2021 was the first time that the Dept. of GA Columbia County Post 192, Evans, GA, hosted American Legion baseball in the local community. As a direct result of Murphy Auto Group, Post 192 was able to start 2 American Legion baseball teams: Senior (19U) & Junior (17U.) 10 of the 18 Post 192 Senior (19U) baseball players received commitments to play college baseball. Local HS baseball players who played American Legion baseball for Post 192 now attend, Augusta University, Georgia State University, Francis Marion University, Erskine College, Montreat College, Covenant College, USC Aiken, USC Salkehatchie, & East Georgia State College. One of the Post 192 Stripers was awarded 2 baseball scholarships: – one from the American Legion Dept. of GA & another one from the national American Legion baseball committee. None of this would have been possible if companies such as Murphy Auto Group didn’t sponsor American Legion baseball in the local community.
In 2022, Post 192 Evans Stripers won the Dept. of GA state championship while wearing the uniform sponsored by Murphy Auto Group. The Post 192 Senior (19U) baseball team advanced to the Southeast (SE) Regional tournament against FL, SC, NC, KY, & TN. Also, Post 192 was able to add a 3rd team, 13-15U because of companies like Murphy Auto Group. American Legion baseball is not funded by the American Legion – it needs & depends upon support from the local community. Post 192 baseball players attend local HS from Sandersville, GA to Aiken, SC.
American Legion baseball related expenses include field rental, umpire fees, uniforms, baseballs & equipment, transportation, food, & lodging. Post 192 is scheduled to travel to Post 17, Camden, SC (won the 2022 SE Regional) & Post 70, Troy, AL (won the 2022 American Legion World Series.) Donations of $100> are tax deductible. Make checks payable to American Legion Post 192 (add “baseball” to the memo lime. Checks can be mailed to American Legion Post 192, 275 Legion Drive, Evans, GA 30809.