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CarMax Expands in Northwest

CarMax Expands in Northwest Featured

CarMax Inc. celebrated the grand opening of the company’s third store in the Seattle market. The store is located at 3751 E. Valley Rd. in Renton and has the capacity to stock approximately 300 used vehicles.In celebration of the Renton store grand opening, CarMax and The CarMax Foundation awarded $15,000 in donations and grants to the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. Support for this organization came at the recommendation of the Renton CarMax associates.CarMax will also be donating an Imagination Playground valued at more than $15,000 to the South Park Community Center, through its partnership with Kaboom to make play more accessible to children and families.
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