BMW’s “Drive For A Cause” to Benefit Local Food Pantry

August 12, 2016

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The New Country Motor Car Group in Hartford has supported countless charities such as Make-A-Wish, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), CT Children’s Medical Center, and many others.  Now, New Country BMW is partnering with BMW of North America to feed and shelter our neighbors in need.

The “BMW Drive for a Cause” charity campaign will donate $25 for each BMW test drive from now through Aug. 31 to St. Vincent DePaul in Middletown. Simply get behind the wheel of any new vehicle at New Country BMW in Hartford and help the most vulnerable population in our state.

Additionally, at special events on Monday, August 15th and Tuesday, August 16th from 11 AM – 7:00 PM, the dealership will have extra new vehicles and staff on hand, just for consumer test drives. Customers can even schedule a test drive of many new BMW models on-line at www.BMWUSA.com/DriveForACause. Vehicles of other makes and models will also be there to see and drive as well. Free lunch and dinner will be provided.

“All of us at New Country are committed to making a difference,” said Peter Keast, General Manager for New Country BMW. “We are hoping our event can help the entire BMW family achieve their goal of raising up to $1.5 million for charities across America.”

Amazing Grace Food Pantry, a program of St. Vincent De Paul Middletown, is located at 16 Stack Street in Middletown. phone 860-347-3222. svdmiddletown.org/food_pantry.html

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