Montpelier, Vermont (PRWEB) October 31, 2014
On Monday, AutoSaver Group presented a check for $20,000 from the company’s ‘Drive for a Cure’ campaign to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. The donation was the largest gift Making Strides Against Breast Cancer has received this year from a new partner in Vermont.
AutoSaver Group partners – Ronney Lyster and Abel Toll – presented the check to staff members of the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in Vermont as well as local survivors at the Capitol City Kia dealership in Montpelier.
“Corporate partners like AutoSaver Group have made breast cancer a priority by supporting Making Strides,” says Susan Rowell, one-year breast cancer survivor. “The American Cancer Society commends such partners that continue to raise funds to help finish the fight against breast cancer and help make an impact within our community and beyond.”
Lyster and Toll are honored to work alongside the American Cancer Society to help drive awareness for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. All 12 of the AutoSaver Group dealerships participated in the company’s ‘Drive for a Cure’ campaign. Every month, the AutoSaver Group contributes a portion of sales profits from all of their dealerships to a community fund, Helping Hands, to assist the surrounding area of one of their stores.
About The AutoSaver Group: The AutoSaver Group serves Vermont, New Hampshire and New York and is one of New England’s largest auto dealer groups consisting of 12 locally owned and operated family dealerships. Since opening their doors, The AutoSaver Group has offered a wide selection of new and pre-owned vehicles, and strives to make the car buying process as quick and hassle-free as possible. For more information about The AutoSaver Group, please visit: http://www.AutoSaverGroup.com.