Rogers Teams Up with Chevrolet for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Rogers Auto Group is proud to partner with Chevrolet and the American Cancer Society to help in the fight against breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women (excluding skin cancer) and the second leading cause of cancer death in women after lung cancer. Both Rogers Auto Group and Chevrolet have rich histories in community and social involvement, and this month's efforts with the American Cancer Society are a significant addition.
At the forefront of October's cancer awareness activities are the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks. Held in various locations across the country, these walks are powerful and inspiring events that unite communities to celebrate people who have battled breast cancer, with over 7 million participants raising more than $400 million since 1993. The Chicago walk will be held on October 16, along with many others throughout the suburbs, Illinois and across the country. You can search for a walk in your area by clicking here.
In addition to supporting the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, Rogers Auto Group is offering customers the opportunity to contribute certain Chevrolet service rebates to the American Cancer Society. Customers can take advantage of Rogers' state-of-the-art Chevrolet Certified Service Department while helping a good cause.
- Oil Change, Tire Rotation, and Multipoint Vehicle Inspection: $29.95 after mail-in rebate. Customer may elect to donate $1, $5, or $10 of their rebate directly to the American Cancer Society.
- Durastop Brake Pads Installed: $74.95 after $25 mail-in rebate. Customer may elect to donate $10 or $25 of their rebate directly to the American Cancer Society.
Chevrolet will also be recognizing National Breast Cancer Awareness Month by featuring a pink ribbon and pink lighting on the GM World Headquarters at the Renaissance Center in Detroit.
These efforts to raise awareness and funds for cancer become all the more poignant as we approach Chevrolet's 100-year birthday on November 3. As Chevrolet vice president Alan Batey said, "Chevrolet has been part of life's great journeys for the past 100 years - even the detours. Our Chevrolet dealers, customers and fans can come together to help the American Cancer Society create a world with less cancer, more birthdays and longer journeys."