Bob Maguire Chevrolet and 13,000 residents of Burlington and Camden counties joined together at the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk to fight breast cancer and provide hope to those whose lives have been affected by this disease.
Bob Maguire Chevrolet employees, friends and family raised more than $150 for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk on October 23rd, 2011 at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken, NJ. At this year’s walk, the dealership and local community helped to take a step in the right direction toward finding a cure for breast cancer.
“Breast cancer affects our grandmothers, mothers, daughters, sisters and friends, which is why we at Bob Maguire Chevrolet are helping to make strides against breast cancer,” said Henry Staniecki of Bob Maguire Chevrolet. “The American Cancer Society is the official sponsor of birthdays, and as Chevrolet celebrates its 100th birthday this year, we are hoping we can help find a cure for breast cancer so that women can celebrate more birthdays.”
In addition, in October, Bob Maguire Chevrolet is offering customers oil change and brake pad service specials, where they can waive special rebates of $5, $10 and $25 and Chevy will contribute this amount to the American Cancer Society to help fight breast cancer. To learn more about these specials, please visit http://www.BobMaguireChevrolet.com.
The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a noncompetitive, inspirational event that raises awareness and funds to make strides to end breast cancer by finding cures and supporting programs and services for all people facing the disease. Funds raised through Making Strides will help the American Cancer Society save lives and create more birthdays by helping people stay well by taking steps to reduce breast cancer risk or find it early; helping people get well by providing information and support during and after a breast cancer diagnosis; by finding cures through investment in groundbreaking breast cancer research; and by fighting back by encouraging lawmakers to pass laws to defeat breast cancer and by rallying communities worldwide to join the fight.
Since 1993, nearly 7 million walkers have raised more than $400 million through Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events. This year, on October 23rd, 2011, at 10:00am at Cooper River Park, Bob Maguire Chevrolet and Burlington/Camden county residents took a step in the right direction toward finding a cure for breast cancer and helping women celebrate more birthdays.
Bordentown Chevrolet donates used cell phones to the Cell Phones for Soldiers Organization. Over the past few months, Bob Maguire Chevrolet has been collecting old cell phones from its customers and employees to donate to the Cell Phones for Soldiers Organization.
Cell Phones for Soldiers is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing American soldiers overseas with cell phones and call cards, so the soldiers can speak with loved ones back home in the states. Visit their website at cellphonesforsoldiers.com to see how they use your used cell phones to donate to the soldiers!
Bob Maguire Chevrolet has been collecting used cell phones since August, and I am happy to report that 29 cell phones and multiple cell phone accessories have just been donated!! Bob Maguire Chevrolet will continue to be a drop-off point for the Cell Phones for Soldiers Organization, so if you have a used cell phone, stop by the dealership to donate it and be a part of the philanthropy as this Bordentown Chevrolet doantes used cell phones to the Cell Phones for Soldiers Organization!
On Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 Marcy Maguire, CEO of Windsor Nissan and Ambassador for the NADA Charitable Foundation, presented East Windsor Township’s D.A.R.E. Program with a gift of $1,500. As Ambassador of the NADA Charitable Foundation Marcy Maguire may present a gift to a program of her choosing. Receiving the gift, on the behalf of the program, were Mayor Janice Mironov and Police Cheif Spain of East Windsor. The D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Program was introduced in 1983 as a way to teach children (from kindergarten to 12th grade) how to resist peer pressure and live productive drug and violence free lives. The program focuses around police officers going to their local schools to teach classroom lessons on alcohol/drug, peer pressure and violence prevention.