Spitzer to donate $32 per car sold to fund breast cancer research

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Spitzer Autoworld has teamed with Susan G. Komen Northeast Ohio to host The Spitzer 32 Reasons Event, an event tailored around funding local breast cancer research and assistance. The event will result in a $32 donation per vehicle sold throughout the month of October.

We also want to inspire hope in our community during this time of uncertainty.

Spitzer, an automotive dealer family, joined Susan G. Komen Northeast Ohio to donate $32 for every vehicle sold during The Spitzer 32 Reasons Event in October to fund breast cancer research.

“We love when local businesses find new ways to support the cause,” said Leslie Ahern, Development Associate at Komen Northeast Ohio. “We are honored to be part of The Spitzer 32 Reasons Event.”

The Spitzer 32 Reasons Event is a response to the statistic that 32 people are diagnosed with breast cancer every hour. By partnering with the local breast cancer research organization, Spitzer plans to donate over $50,000 throughout October.

“Our goal isn’t just to raise money,” said Andrew Spitzer, Chief Operating Officer at Spitzer. “We also want to inspire hope in our community during this time of uncertainty.”

If you are interested in obtaining more information about The Spitzer 32 Reasons Event, please contact us online at Spitzer.com or call your local Spitzer location.

ABOUT SPITZER
Spitzer is a family-owned automotive organization with locations in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida. Each of their locations offers a wide selection of new and pre-owned vehicles from several different manufacturers. Since 1904, Spitzer has been devoted to pairing drivers with the perfect vehicle. They are also committed to providing excellent customer service, thus the company’s slogan, “At Spitzer, Our World Revolves Around You.” Spitzer’s main goals are to be professional, transparent and straightforward with all of their guests.

ABOUT SUSAN G. KOMEN NORTHEAST OHIO
Komen Northeast Ohio is helping fuel research, advocate for patients and support people facing breast cancer locally through a variety of direct patient-centered services and by collaborating with area providers to remove barriers and connect people to needed care across 22 counties For more information, call 216.292.CURE (2873), or visit http://www.Komenneohio.org.

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