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.