I got a call from my dad this week saying that I got some mail at his house. Six years later and I’m still getting stuff there. But instead of a random advertisement, he told me that the title to my Cobalt had arrived. I completely forgot that I paid off my car last month! Shazam!
I love my Chevy. I proved that back in 2010 when I first served as a Chevy Girl on the Go by test driving their (at that time new) Chevy Cruze and documented my experiences here on PIP. And since I’m happy to go sans car payment for at least a few months, I’ll happily drive my Cobalt which has (knock on wood) been one heck of a car.
So when the Chevy Network Dealers reached out to me to help promote an upcoming promotion to benefit an important non-profit, it was a no brainer for me. Not just because I drive two of their cars – because my family has been affected by the disease that the non-profit is fighting.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In the past few years, I’ve had two aunts go through scares with the disease, and have known countless others whom have had battled it. I’m enthralled by their courage and feel inspired to help fight in whatever way I can.
Join your Chevy Network Dealers in the fight to end breast cancer. For every test drive on October 6th, Chevy will contribute $10 to the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer initiative, up to $130,000, and you’ll receive a beautiful pink pashmina.
Go for a ride, get a free scarf and give to a deserving charity? Sounds like a win-win for everyone!
This is a sponsored post care of the Chevy Network Dealers. My thoughts and opinions are my own.