Autosport Automotive Group Raises over $30,000 for Autism Awareness

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Autosport Automotive Group contributes to autism awareness in a big way – every year.

Autosport Automotive Group

L to R: Kori Buro (Ausitsm Speaks), Liz & Ed Sluke (Greater Morris Area Walk for Autism Speaks), Steven Lustig (VP Autosport Auto Group), Kim Lustig, Dina Schwwab (Autism Speaks)

This year, they were able to surpass their previous donation amount and raised over $30,000

Every April, in honor of Autism Awareness Month, the Autosport Automotive Group raises money for a non-profit who uses 100% of their donations to raise awareness and help support the search for a cure. The Autosport Automotive Group is comprised of three dealerships—Acura of Denville, Autosport Honda and Fiat of Morris County. Its owners, the Lustig family, have been tirelessly serving their community for three years now as a Premier Sponsor for the Greater Morris Area Walk, which will be held this year on Saturday, October 25. Along with donating dollars per vehicles sold, the Autosport Automotive Group also donates a percentage of service and parts sales towards the cause. Just last year in 2013, the Autosport Automotive Group has raised over $26,000 for the cause. However this year, they were able to surpass their previous donation amount and raised over $30,000.

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