We love that 'Subaru loves to Care' and give back to the world

There are many reasons we love selling vehicles from the Subaru brand, but instead of focusing on the impeccable engineering and well-equipped interiors, we want to talk about how Subaru goes about bettering the world we live in.

Subaru has long been an automotive leader when it comes to philanthropic endeavors. The Subaru Love Promise campaign-one you've probably heard the most about- is big at our dealership, and we're currently partnering with the SPCA of Salon County, Armijo High School, and the North Bay Cancer Center.

Subaru also has the Subaru Loves to Care campaign, and this one focuses on mental and physical health. Here are the organizations Subaru has worked with over the years:

  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
  • Make-A-Wish Foundation
  • Alzheimer's Association
  • Dining Out For Life (when you dine at a participating restaurant, a generous portion will be donated to help with HIV/AIDS care and research)
  • Special Olympics
  • Subaru Winterfest and the Deep Creek Lake Lions (allowing visually impaired students to experience downhill skiing)

At our Fairfield CA dealership, our community involvement team has worked with several organizations, and one that focused on health was the 2018 Autism Awareness Walk we were proud to sponsor!

We love that Subaru goes above and beyond simply building impressive vehicles for us to sell. We love that they also care about their customers in a myriad of ways, and you can see that with how much they routinely give back. If you're from the Davis area or call Vacaville home, come down to our dealership to learn about this incredibly well-rounded brand that you'll feel great doing business with.

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