It takes a village to raise a child, but it takes all of us to help eliminate breast cancer! We’re proud participants in the national Brakes for Breasts campaign. Each October, AutoStream Car Care joins over 170 other auto repair shops nationwide fundraise to Help Put the Brakes on Breast Cancer!
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Support is seen everywhere from local events to national sports team uniforms. Breast cancer is an awful disease that has touched many of us. We take it upon ourselves to contribute to the research efforts in any way we can, proudly supporting campaigns such as Brakes for Breasts.
The Brakes for Breasts’ fundraising campaign is nationwide, presenting an excellent opportunity to make a difference. Over the past 5 years, Brakes for Breasts has raised $366,453.42 to support the breast cancer research of Dr. Vincent Tuohy and The Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Research Fund! Last year alone, 174 independant repair shops across 32 states raised $141,868!
Imagine a vaccine that would create a world free of breast cancer! Join us in bringing this dream to reality! During the month of October, AutoStream Car Care Centers in Baltimore, Clarksburg, Columbia, Ellicott City and Woodstock will be giving our customers FREE brake pads, charging only for labor and additional parts, and donating 10% of brake services to the Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Research Fund.
How Can You Support?
It’s simple! Head over to AutoStream.com to schedule your FREE brake inspection. If it’s time for your brake service, we’ll replace your brake pads for FREE, you just pay for labor and any other necessary parts. 10% of whatever you pay is collected and at the end of the month we’ll send it off to Brakes for Breasts.
Thanks to our loyal customers, we were able to donate over $3,000 to the Cleveland Clinic in 2015 – more than double our Brakes for Breasts donation in 2014! We’re hoping to help drive even more donations to this cause in 2016!
Schedule your service today and help us put the brakes on breast cancer!