Cadillac Supports Avon Walk For Breast Cancer And Gives You An Easy Way To Also

For the third year in a row, Cadillac is the premier sponsor of the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in Chicago on June 1 & 2. Now they are helping out in giving people an easy way to help support walkers all around the Chicago area.

To show our support for the walk, Cadillac is offering donations for everyone who takes a test drive at a participating Cadillac dealer on Saturday, April 13 and Saturday, April 20 and provides a registered walker’s 6-digit participant number. For every driver over the age of 18 who takes a test drive on either day and provides a walker’s number, a $25 donation will be made by Cadillac to that walker’s fundraising account. Test drivers will receive a receipt verifying the test drive and the donation.

The Avon Walk for Breast Cancer began in 2003 and in its first nine years (2003 – 2011) raised $423 Million dollars to fund breast cancer screening, diagnosis, treatment, support services and research. This is the third year that Cadillac has sponsored the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in Chicago.

I see 2 places I will be going to!! Will you?

Participating Cadillac Dealers:

Barrington IL, Motor Werks
Bourbonnais IL, David Bruce Auto Center
Calumet City IL, Napleton Cadillac
Chicago IL, Grossinger City Autoplex
DeKalb IL, Sycamore Cadillac
Hodgkins IL, Ettleson Cadillac
Joliet IL, Bill Jacobs Cadillac
Libertyville IL, Weil Cadillac
Lincolnwood IL, Grossinger Autoplex
Lombard IL, Heritage Cadillac
Matteson IL, Arnie Bauer Cadillac
McHenry IL, Gary Lang Cadillac
Merrillville IL, Schepel Cadillac
Naperville IL, Cadillac of Naperville
Northbrook IL, Steve Foley Cadillac
Oak Lawn IL, Frank Shirey Cadillac
Schaumburg IL, Patrick Cadillac
Tinley Park IL, Tony Rizza Cadillac


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