Toys for Tots and Crotty Chevrolet Buick are joining forces to help Santa Clause

Crotty Chevrolet Buick is proud to be partnering with Toys for Tots, to bring holiday cheer to Corry, Erie, Warren and Jamestown, NY underprivileged children.

Toys for Tots is a charitable organization supported by the U.S. Marines Reserve. Its mission is to deliver – thorough a new toy at Christmas – a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters and to assist them in becoming responsible, productive and patriotic citizens.

“Crotty Chevrolet Buick appreciates the local residents’ continued support of this very worthwhile charity,” said Robert Crotty of Crotty Chevrolet Buick. “With our customers’ help we are able to play a strong role in the community through our partnership with Toys for Tots.”

To help make the holidays a little brighter for needy Corry, Erie, Warren and Jamestown, NY  children,  residents can drop off new, unwrapped toys in the 2013 Chevrolet Equinox located in the showroom at Crotty Chevrolet Buick anytime between now and December 15th. Each donation goes directly to the local branch of the Toys for Tots program which distributes the toys to the less fortunate children of the area.

Crotty Chevrolet Buick Partnering with Toys for Tots to Provide Holiday Cheer this Season

Dealership spreading holiday cheer through donations to Toys for Tots 

Toys For Tots

For the 2nd year in a row, Crotty Chevrolet Buick is bringing back the successful Chevy’s Giving More calendar year-end event to help build holiday a spirit of good cheer within Corry, Erie, Warren and Jamestown, NY.

The Chevy’s Giving More event not only means giving more savings or value to customers, but will also giving more to the local Northwestern PA community.

During this holiday season, Crotty Chevrolet Buick has teamed up with Toys-for-Tots to give back to the community as well as to customers.

Toys for Tots is a charitable organization supported by the U.S. Marines Reserve. Its mission is to deliver – thorough a new toy at Christmas – a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters and to assist them in becoming responsible, productive and patriotic citizens.

To help make the holidays a little brighter for needy local children, residents can drop off new, unwrapped toys in collection boxes positioned at the dealership anytime between now and December 15th. Each donation goes directly to the local branch of the Toys for Tots program which distributes the toys to the less fortunate children of the area.

“Part of the idea of Chevy’s Giving More is to not only give to the community but to give to our customers as well,” said Robert Crotty of Crotty Chevrolet Buick. “With our customer’s help we are able to play a strong role in the community through our partnership with the Toys-for-Tots program.”

This year’s Chevy’s Giving More is bigger and better than ever. Customers can find finance and lease offers on new vehicles, including the Chevrolet Silverado, 2013 Chevrolet Malibu and the entire 2013 lineup of Chevrolet cars and crossovers.

“The Chevy Giving More event is a great time to buy – whether it is to reward yourself, your business or those you care about most,” said Robert Crotty.

Customers can take advantage of Chevy’s Giving More from November 13, 2012 through January 2, 2013.

About Crotty Chevrolet Buick

Crotty Chevrolet Buick in Corry, PA since 1969 has been helping customers from Corry, Erie, Warren, Titusville, and Jamestown find the right new or used car at the price that works for them.  We have provided our customers with a portfolio of fuel-efficient Chevrolet and Buick vehicles that feature spirited performance, expressive design, high quality, and value.  All backed by our award winning service department.  Learn more about our Chevrolet Cars, Trucks, and SUVs and the Luxury of a Buick Car or Crossover by visiting our website, blog or on our facebook page.

 

 

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 at Crotty Chevrolet Buick in Corry, PA 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 Crotty Chevrolet Buick in Corry, PA, and all Chevrolet Dealers nationwide, 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.

“Breast cancer affects everyone in some way; either through our grandmothers, mothers, daughters, sisters or friends,” said Robert Crotty, VP of Crotty Chevrolet Buick. “That’s why we’re helping to make strides against breast cancer, hoping we can help in finding a cure for breast cancer.”

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.

Chevrolet Racing Revs Up Breast Cancer Fight

Brand to donate $200 per caution lap during AdvoCare 500 paced by pink Camaro SS

AdvoCare 500 Camaro SS Pace Car

Breast cancer survivors and their guests will take turns riding around the Atlanta Motor Speedway track Friday in this specially themed pink Chevrolet Camaro SS Pace Car driven by Team Chevy’s Jamie McMurray and Ron Hornaday, Jr. On Sunday, Chevrolet will donate $200 for every caution lap the Camaro SS paces in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AdvoCare 500. Last year, 64 caution laps generated $12,800 for the American Cancer Society.

Chevrolet Racing will renew the brand’s fight against breast cancer this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway where every lap run under the caution flag will lead to a $200 contribution by Chevrolet to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer initiative.

“For our 100th birthday in 2011, Chevrolet began its support of the American Cancer Society, and the generous response from our dealers, employees and customers told us we needed to help the Society fight for more birthdays,” said Don Johnson, vice president of Chevrolet Sales and Service. “At Chevy, we believe everyday heroes can accomplish extraordinary things, and it is in this spirit that we work to achieve a world without breast cancer.”

On Friday, 30 breast cancer survivors and their guests will spend the day at Atlanta Motor Speedway and participate in Chevrolet Camaro SS pace car rides around the historic track with Team Chevy NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Jamie McMurray and four-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Champion Ron Hornaday Jr. NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Danica Patrick also will visit with survivors for photos and autographs.

On Sunday, Chevy will donate $200 for every caution lap run during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AdvoCare 500, paced by the pink Camaro SS featuring the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer logo. In 2011, 64 caution laps at Atlanta generated $12,800 for the American Cancer Society.

“Last year we were able to raise $1,506.00 to help support the American Cancer Society’s mission to save lives by helping people stay well and get well, by finding cures and by fighting back against this disease,” said Robert Crotty, VP of Crotty Chevrolet Buick in Corry, PA. “In September, Crotty Chevrolet Buick and Chevrolet will announce additional consumer activities in support of the American Cancer Society and Making Strikes Against Breast Cancer.”