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Test-Drive for the Cure before the Race for the Cure Sept. 26!

August 27th, 2009

Ford Warriors in PinkThe Komen Grand Rapids Race for the Cure is quickly approaching, slated for Sat., Sept. 26 at the Rivertown Mall, 8:30 a.m. Now you can boost your donation to fight breast cancer by $20 simply by test driving a Ford at Borgman Ford. Visit the local Grand Rapids Komen affiliate site to sign up for the 5k walk/run, and help the 180,000 women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year!

In times like these, giving back to the community is more important than ever. So when you test-drive a Ford, Lincoln or Mercury vehicle between April 21, 2009 and December 31, 2009, Ford will donate $20 on your behalf to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® – up to a total of $1 million. Come in today and be a part of Borgman Ford’s ongoing commitment to the fight against breast cancer.

Simply visit www.fordcares.com and download a certificate. Bring the certificate to Borgman Ford, and they’ll give you a dealer code to enter on the Ford Cares website – the $20 will then be credited on your behalf to Komen’s GR Affiliate.

Ford’s Role in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Ford is proud of its 15-year National Sponsorship of the Komen Race for the Cure. To date, Ford has dedicated more than $100 million to the cause. Our commitment runs well beyond raising funds. We know that awareness leads to early detection and early detection saves lives, so we are also working to increase breast cancer awareness–last year creating over one billion media impressions. We also encourage our employees to participate. More than 50,000 Ford employees have participated in The Race and thousands of our dealers support the race in their area.

For information on how to sign up for the Komen Race for the Cure® in your area, please call 1-888-603-RACE or visit komen.org.


 

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