Brown-Daub donates minivan to Da Vinci Science Center
The Brown Daub family of auto dealerships has donated a 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan to Allentown’s Da Vinci Science Center, the Express-Times reported yesterday.
The Da Vinci Center will use the vehicle to transport its Science on the Move programs throughout the Lehigh Valley and northwestern New Jersey. L. Anderson Daub formally presented the minivan’s keys to Da Vinci Center executive director Troy A. Thrash this week.
Brown-Daub was founded in 1936 by William Daub and Thomas Brown. The company now operates dealerships in Easton, Nazareth, Wind Gap and Bath.