Additionally, Chevrolet and participating dealers across the country are supporting the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer program through event sponsorships, team participation, customer engagement and other activities.
Chevrolet plans to participate in several events and activities throughout October.
Social Media Campaign
Chevrolet will support the partnership through a social media engagement program in October that encourages people to share whom they drive in support of using the hashtag #IDriveFor. Chevrolet will contribute $5 for every social post (up to $500,000) on Twitter or Instagram using #IDriveFor.
Team Chevrolet Motorsports
Team Chevy will commission a pink Chevrolet SS Pace Car and caution lap donations at two NASCAR Sprint Cup Races at Talladega Superspeedway on Oct. 23 and Martinsville Speedway on Oct. 30. The donations will consist of $350 (up to $50,000) for each caution lap taken in the pink Chevy SS pace car at the two events. Furthermore, the American Cancer Society and Chevrolet will host breast cancer survivor events where survivors and caregivers will be treated to once-in-a-lifetime experiences on the tracks.
Chevrolet and GM employee walks
Employees across the country are participating in local Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks by gathering coworkers, family and friends to show their support. A large contingent of employees will participate in the Detroit walk originating at Hart Plaza on Saturday, Oct. 8. Learn more about the Detroit walk by visiting the event page.
Chevrolet dealership walks
Hundreds of dealerships are sponsoring teams in community walks throughout October. Those interested in participating in a Making Strides for Breast Cancer walk in their community can visit www.makingstrideswalk.org.
“The American Cancer Society is grateful for the support of corporate partners such as Chevrolet, who have encouraged their customers and communities to become involved in raising awareness and funds to end breast cancer through our Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks and social media,” said Sharon Byers, chief development and marketing officer for the American Cancer Society. “We’re excited to collaborate during October to increase breast cancer awareness and help end the pain and suffering caused by this disease. Thanks in part to the progress we’re making together against breast cancer, death rates from the disease dropped 36 percent between 1989 and 2012, which means 249,000 fewer breast cancer deaths.”
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