Wednesday, April 14th, 2021


Out of the Darkness

Greenbrier Dodge on Military Highway hosted an event to promote the Out of the Darkness Walk to be held on September 7th, at Mount Trashmore Park. It is the goal of the volunteers and organizers to help raise awareness about depression, its effects and suicide prevention.

From left: Brian and Erin Mosley with their daughters McKenzie and Chloe

Licensed Clinical Social Worker Mike Buck, left, and the Out of the Darkness Community Walk coordinator Chris Gilchrist

Greenbrier Dodge showroom all decked out for the event

David Mitnick will handle mailings for the Walk.

Greenbrier Dodge Internet Sales Representative Liz Cunningham is involved because she has lost two family members to suicide

Christian Price, left, and Brian Hagerty of 97.3 The Eagle Promotions Department

From left: 97.3 The Eagle's Mark McKay, Licensed Clinical Social Worker Chris Gilchrist, Director of Marketing at Greenbrier Dodge Jon Danella, and The Shopper Account Executive Kym Bach

From left: Nikki Adams (who lost her dad to depression), Madison Drake and Cadence Weston

Steve Bach

Steve Bach, left, and Brian Hagerty

Greenbrier Dodge and 97.3 The Eagle ready for action

Director of Marketing for Greenbrier Dodge Jon Danella, left, with 97.3 The Eagle's Promotions Christian Price and Brian Hagerty