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Archive for October, 2011

 

Service rebates, event sponsorship and pink memorabilia support American Cancer Society

As Chapman Chevrolet celebrates the countdown to Chevrolet’s 100th birthday on Nov. 3, the brand is partnering with the American Cancer Society, the Official Sponsor of Birthdays, to help in the fight against breast cancer.

“Our Tempe Chevrolet dealership and customers are joining together to help the American Cancer Society create a world with less cancer, more birthdays and longer journeys,” said Tim Mort, Chapman Chevrolet General Manager.

As part of Chapman Chevy’s partnership with the American Cancer Society, the dealership is encouraging its employees and customers to help save lives by participating in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk at Tempe Beach Park on October 29, 2011.

The walk is a family friendly event that honors breast cancer survivors, raises awareness about the disease, and helps save lives by raising money. Since 1993, nearly 7 million people have participated in a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks throughout the United States, raising more than $400 million.

During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Chapman Chevrolet pledges to donate to the cause. The dealership will make a donation with every test drive and $100 will be donated with every new or used vehicle purchase. Pink bracelets and memorabilia will also be offered to anyone who makes a donation.

Throughout October, Chapman Chevrolet Certified Service will offer customers the opportunity to waive their eligibility for select oil change and brake pad service rebates of $5, $10 and $25. Chevrolet will contribute the money from the waived rebates to the American Cancer Society.

“Everyone knows someone who is impacted by this disease, whether it’s your mother, wife, sister, daughter or friend,” said Dave Herrmann, Service Director, Chapman Chevrolet.  “Donating your Chevy Certified Service rebate is another way that our customers can help fight breast cancer and promote life’s adventures.”