Oct 09

Mastria Auto Group Launches Drive for Breast Cancer Campaign

Mastria's Drive for Breast Cancer

To recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, Mastria Auto Group has launched its Drive for Breast Cancer campaign in an effort to raise $5,000 for Breastcancer.org. For every new or used vehicle purchased this month at either Mastria Subaru or Mastria Buick GMC Cadillac in Raynham, Mass., the automotive group will match each customer donation to Breastcancer.org for up to $25.

Following each vehicle purchase in October, Mastria Subaru and Mastria Buick GMC Cadillac are encouraging their buyers to either write a check to Breastcancer.org or to visit Mastria’s Drive for Breast Cancer campaign page at http://support.breastcancer.org/mastriacampaign2014 to make a donation. Both dealerships will then fill out “links” detailing each customer’s matched donation and display them as a long chain link in the showrooms. Mastria Subaru is located at 1255 New State Highway, while Mastria Buick GMC Cadillac can be found at 1525 New State Highway.

“Early detection is so important in the fight against breast cancer, so our campaign is geared toward raising awareness locally and supporting Breastcancer.org, which does so much to distribute vital information about the disease to the public,” said Rick Mastria, president and chief executive officer of Mastria Auto Group. “It’s likely that all of our customers know someone affected by breast cancer, so we hope they’ll consider making a donation to this important cause as we work with them to find their ideal vehicle this month.”

As a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing the most reliable, complete and up-to-date information about breast cancer, Breastcancer.org receives more than 1 million visits each month from women and their loved ones who are searching for a variety of advice on breast health and breast-cancer prevention and treatment. Every $100,000 that the organization raises allows it to reach 200,000 people, and 80 cents of each dollar of its funding supports breast-cancer programs.


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