Christian Brothers Automotive Hosts Its Spring Cleaning Drive


By on February 27, 2019

Community service is a driving force for Christian Brothers Automotive, and this spring you can be a part of the Spring Cleaning Drive to benefit those in need.

As Igor Kuzmenko, owner of Christian Brothers in Lititz, notes, it’s important to positively impact the lives of those who could use a blessing. The Spring Cleaning Drive is all about gathering personal care and cleaning items for people in the community. Partnering with Calvary Care, Christian Brothers will be collecting a variety of items.

Personal care and cleaning items are often overlooked, and are gratefully appreciated. You can donate unopened and sealed items to Christian Brothers Automotive at 100 Crosswinds Drive, Lititz. Among the items that are needed are face and body wash, hand soaps, deodorant, shampoo and conditioner, towels, wash cloths, toothbrushes and toothpaste, window cleaner, surface cleaner, cleaning towels, Clorox wipes, mops, brooms, tissues, and paper towels.

Spring cleaning is also important for your car. After the winter season, you’ll want to get your car ready for spring. More than just washing your car, spring maintenance makes your car run better and more efficiently. Make sure your car’s air conditioning is serviced and ready for warm weather. Get your tires checked and rotated. If it’s time for your PA State Inspection, look to Christian Brothers Automotive.

The idea of partnership is very important to Christian Brothers Automotive. Not only do they see themselves as a partner in the community, they also see themselves as your partner in the care and servicing of your vehicle.

You can rely on Christian Brothers, where customer satisfaction is top priority. They get to know you and your vehicle, going over your options so that you understand any issues and how they can be resolved. They emphasize regular and preventive maintenance that detects small issues before they become big problems.

Lititz Christian Brothers Automotive is located at 100 Crosswinds Drive, near Isaac’s Deli, on Trolley Run off of Lititz Pike. They have a beautifully decorated waiting area with free WiFi, leather sofas and chairs, snacks, coffee, and beverages. They provide free shuttle service for customers who drop off their cars for repairs and need a ride to work or home. Find out more by checking the website at or the Facebook page. Call 717-384-9700 to schedule an appointment.


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