Midwest Dealer Donates $3.5 Million to Old High School

Robert V. Rohrman, president and owner of the Bob Rohrman Auto Group, donated $3.5 million for a new 40,000-sq.-ft. performing arts center at his high school alma mater, Jefferson High School in Lafayette, IN. I am not the only Rohrman to graduate from Jefferson, says the benefactor. In addition to me, all my children are Jefferson Bronchos. I have always loved this school and its communityI strongly

July 1, 2003

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Robert V. Rohrman, president and owner of the Bob Rohrman Auto Group, donated $3.5 million for a new 40,000-sq.-ft. performing arts center at his high school alma mater, Jefferson High School in Lafayette, IN.

“I am not the only Rohrman to graduate from Jefferson,” says the benefactor. “In addition to me, all my children are Jefferson Bronchos. I have always loved this school and its community…I strongly believe a student's overall learning experience should include participation in the arts. It makes not only the student, but all of us more complete and well-rounded.”

Rohrman is one of largest auto dealer in the U.S. He owns 35 franchise locations in Chicago, IL, Lafayette, Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, IN.

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