Michael Jayne from Truck City, Inc., in Des Moines, who was ready to take a swing at the “Beat Out Cancer” Lincoln Town Car, stands next to Peggy Sprenger, the general manager of Manheim Kansas City, at Manheim’s celebration of 70 years in business. The breast cancer fundraiser for Susan G. Komen of Greater Kansas City was part of the celebration.
Michael Jayne from Truck City, Inc., in Des Moines, who was ready to take a swing at the “Beat Out Cancer” Lincoln Town Car, stands next to Peggy Sprenger, the general manager of Manheim Kansas City, at Manheim’s celebration of 70 years in business. The breast cancer fundraiser for Susan G. Komen of Greater Kansas City was part of the celebration. Photograph by Judy Revenaugh
Michael Jayne from Truck City, Inc., in Des Moines, who was ready to take a swing at the “Beat Out Cancer” Lincoln Town Car, stands next to Peggy Sprenger, the general manager of Manheim Kansas City, at Manheim’s celebration of 70 years in business. The breast cancer fundraiser for Susan G. Komen of Greater Kansas City was part of the celebration. Photograph by Judy Revenaugh

Manheim Kansas City holds smashing celebration to benefit breast cancer research

October 23, 2015 7:02 PM

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