Chevrolet Test Drives Will Help Combat Breast Cancer
Brand will donate $10 to American Cancer Society for each test drive Oct. 6, up to $130,000
Consumers who test drive a new Chevrolet car, truck or crossover on Saturday, Oct. 6 will help the American Cancer Society fight breast cancer and support families affected by the disease.
Chevrolet will contribute $10 to the Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer program for each test drive taken at a Chevrolet dealer, up to a total of $130,000.
All Chevrolet models are eligible for the test drive contribution.
“By visiting a Chevrolet dealer on Oct. 6, consumers can see and experience for themselves why we sold a record number of cars, trucks and crossovers last year, and help the American Cancer Society fight for more birthdays,” said Don Johnson, vice president, Chevrolet Sales and Service.
To participate, a consumer must have a valid driver’s license.
October is national Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Last year with Chevrolet’s support, the American Cancer Society raised $1,079,633 in contributions to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
The money helps fund research, wellness and breast cancer awareness education, and support for breast cancer patients and their families.