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Thank you to The Muransky Family for this generous donation. 

We now know who purchased the last Lordstown Built Chevy Cruze!  Ed Muransky announced at a press conference today that his family bought the last car to roll off the line at the General Motors Lordstown Plant last month.   Muransky said his family wants this important piece of Valley history to provide a promising future for the children of our Valley. He announced all the proceeds from the Last Chevy Cruze will benefit the children and families served by the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley. 

People will be able to bid on the Cruze online by going to



Bidding opens April 15th and will close May 10th

Thank you to the Muransky Family for this generous donation!


"The United Way and employees at the GM Lordstown plant have a strong history.  The employees have been dedicated donors and volunteers to the United Way cause for more than 50 years, and we wanted to honor that relationship by purchasing the Last Chevy Cruze made by the hands of these men and women who so generously supported our community," said Ed Muransky. "We want to ensure our children have a bright future.  Our United Way provides vital resources to those in need of the support necessary for that future, and so it was natural to bring the two together in this important fundraiser."

You can see The Last Chevy Cruze at the following locations:

Eastwood Mall
5555 Youngstown-Warren Rd.
Niles, OH 44446
April 15 - April 28
Greenwood Chevrolet
4695 Mahoning Ave.
Youngstown, OH 44515
April 29 - May 5
Sweeney Chevrolet
8010 Market St.
Youngstown, OH 44512
May 6-May 9
For more information on how to bid on The Last Cruze,
Contact Tina Chance at