Cumberland Chrysler Proudly Reports the Success of the Cumberland Auto Susan G Komen Campaign

Susan G. Komen Contest WinnerDuring the month of October, Cumberland Chrysler and the entire Cumberland Auto Group held their Susan G Komen campaign to help support and raise awareness for breast cancer research. This campaign was held to benefit the Susan G. Komen Upper Cumberland Affiliates and the majority of funds donated go to support our local community. Now that all the results are in we are proud to announce the success the entire auto group saw during this fund-raising period.

If you frequent our blog, you might remember our original post from back in early October. To kick off the campaign we made an initial donation of $5,000 to the Susan G. Komen Upper Cumberland Affiliates. From that point on, we planned to donate an additional $5,000 for every 100th vehicle sold at all three dealerships combined. At the end of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the auto group sold over 200 units. With such a great moth behind us, our total donation for October amounted to $15,000!

In addition to these donations, the auto group also held a contest for customers. Anyone who visited or purchased a vehicle from the dealerships could enter for a chance to have their vehicle paid for in full by the auto group. When our contest came to an end and our random winner was selected, Sami Pugh had her brand new 2014 Toyota Camry SE paid for in full.

For more details about this campaign or to find out more about the other community involvement we have going on, visit us at Cumberland Chrysler in Cookeville, TN today.

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