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Two More Weeks Left to Support Hawaii Non-Profit Organizations
During Subaru Hawaii’s “Share the Love” Event
Subaru Hawaii will donate $250 for every new vehicle sold by December 31;
Everyone can vote for favorite non-profit on Subaru Hawaii’s Facebook page
HONOLULU (December 14, 2012) – The race is on! The public has the opportunity to decide which Hawaii non-profit will win an additional $5,000 from Subaru Hawaii during its “Share the Love” sales event. In addition to the $5,000 bonus to one lucky non-profit, Subaru Hawaii will donate $250 to a group of great causes for every new vehicle sold by December 31 -- Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii, Hawaii Wildlife Fund, Oahu SPCA, SPCA Maui and Hawaii Island Humane Society.
You have an opportunity to vote for your favorite participating non-profit organization through Subaru Hawaii’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SubaruHI. At the end of the sales event period on December 31, Subaru Hawaii will award the organization with the most votes an additional $5,000!
“We are excited to be able to engage the help of active Subaru owners and the general public to give back to our local community,” said Glenn Inouye, Senior Vice President of Servco, representing the Subaru Hawaii Dealers. “It has been an inspiration to work with five amazing non-profit organizations during our ‘Share the Love’ event. For Subaru owners looking for an upgrade on their vehicle, we really encourage you to stop by any of our five dealerships statewide before December 31. We also encourage everyone to kokua their favorite non-profit organization by voting on Subaru Hawaii’s Facebook page before the December 31 deadline.”
About Subaru Hawaii
Subaru Hawaii sells vehicles across a network of five dealership locations statewide – Big Island Subaru – Hilo and Kona; Island Subaru in Kahului; and Servco Subaru – Mapunapuna and Waialae. Subaru is the only automotive manufacturer to receive the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) Top Safety Picks for all models for the past three years. All Subaru products are built in zero-landfill production plants where 100 percent of waste is recycled or turned into electricity. For additional information on Subaru Hawaii, visit www.subaruhawaii.com.
About Oahu SPCA
The mission of the Oahu SPCA is to reduce euthanasia of Oahu's homeless, abandoned, abused and neglected animals as the largest animal shelter in Hawaii based on a “no-kill” philosophy. We believe that every healthy, treatable animal will find a forever home. Learn more at oahuspca.org or call 808-754-1519.
About SPCA Maui
The mission of SPCA Maui is to create a "no more homeless pets" Maui and stop the killing of companion animals as a means of population control. The immediate vision of the SPCA
Maui is to provide spay/neuter education and services to all pet lovers in a convenient and affordable manner. Our long-term vision includes a Mobile Spay/Neuter Unit and establishing a new, state of the art animal sanctuary to assist the community when re-homing is necessary and providing a lifelong home when that is not possible. Learn more at spcamaui.org or call 808-280-0738.
About Hawaii Island Humane Society
The mission of the Hawaii Island Humane Society is to promote respect for all animals, prevent cruelty to animals, eliminate pet overpopulation, and enhance the bond between humans and animals. HIHS holds a contract with the County of Hawaii to enforce certain animal-related laws and it offers 24-hour service for injured animals and other animal emergencies, humane education classes, low-cost spay and neuter services, lost and found assistance, micro-chipping and more. Learn more at hihs.org or call 808-329-1175.
About Hawaii Wildlife Fund
Hawaii Wildlife Fund (HWF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Hawaii's native wildlife through research, education and conservation. HWF's team are educators, conservationists, researchers, naturalists, communities, volunteers and donors devoted to the preservation of Hawaii's fragile marine ecosystem and inhabitants. Learn more at wildhawaii.org or call 808.280.8124.
About Big Brothers & Big Sisters Hawaii
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Hawaii has partnered with guardians, schools, corporations and others in the community to pair children (“Littles”) with carefully screened and trained volunteer mentors (“Bigs”). A unique service of BBBS is that each one of these mentoring relationships is monitored and professionally supported by a case manager focused on creating a healthy bond between the individuals. Learn more at bbbshawaii.org or call 808.695.4571.
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