South Brunswick, NJ (PRWEB) December 07, 2016
DCN Automotive Group partnered up with The Hope for Children's Research Foundation, Tuesday, November 29th to host the launch of DCN’s new Genesis G90 & G80.
“As the owner of the dealership I want to be able to help the foundation as much as I can. Being able to give back is a huge part of what we do here at DCN. I knew our Genesis Launch would be a great way to bring attention to a great foundation that helps so many,” said DCN owner Joseph Natale.
To celebrate the new luxury line, DCN held a display of Super Bowl Memorabilia as well as hosted some of the New York Giants greats. The night also consisted of food, drinks, a raffle for Super Bowl LI tickets, and giveaways. The launch also helped to raise over $5,000 for the Foundation. Guests were also given a first look at the 2017 Genesis and Equus.
“It was a great event. We are so grateful to be able to partner up with DCN owner Joseph Natale and the wonderful team at DCN,” said Hope for Children Foundation President and Metro Dx Lab Partner Michelle Oates.
Located on Highway 1 in South Brunswick, DCN Automotive Group is committed to providing their customers with the best car buying experience possible. The brand itself provides luxury, safety and performance and is surpassing other brands exponentially. DCN welcomes you to come in and meet the team even if it’s just to check it out
The story of Hope for Children Research began in 1985 when four-year-old Colleen Giblin passed away from an inoperable brain tumor. With a goal in mind, the Giblins instituted a foundation designed to promote research at Columbia University Medical Center, one of the nation's leading research hospitals and built their own Pediatrics Research Laboratory. Thirty years later, Hope for Children Research Foundation continues their support of children's neurological and cancer research at the Colleen Giblin Research Laboratories at Columbia.