Enterprise Rent-a-Car definitely puts its money where its namesake is.
Representatives with the St. Louis based company presented Enterprise High School Principal Rick Rainer with a $50,000 dollar check.
The money is earmarked for stadium lights at Bates Memorial Field that sustained major damage in the March first tornado.
Company officials say getting the wildcat football team back on the field is important for the school.
"People here are hard working. They are the type to roll-up their sleeves. Enterprise is a good community and they don't ask for much. We wanted to figure out a way to help out," said John Wyatt.
A new stadium is planned for the new high school to be built on the Boll Weevil Circle.
Enterprise rent-a-car wasn't the only ones in the giving spirit Tuesday.
Kelli and squirrel of KMX radio's morning show gave Principal Rainer a $38,300 check.
The money is from proceeds of last month's Band-aide concert held at Fort Rucker.
Rainer says the funds show the overall generosity of the residents from across the Wiregrass and tri-states area.
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