JOLIET, Ill., Sept. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Bill Jacobs Auto Group will once again be participating in this year's "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" walk to raise money to help against the fight against breast cancer. The team will consist of many Bill Jacobs Auto Group employees from every single one of their car dealerships. The Auto Group's team is named "Driving for a Cure" and they are thrilled to participate in the event held on Sunday, October 7th. Customers who would like to help support the Bill Jacobs Auto Group by donating to the American Cancer Society can do so here.
The Bill Jacobs Auto Group is very happy to be participating in the event and helping out such a great cause. They have a goal to raise $7,000 for the American Cancer Society and with the help of the dealerships and their customers, they know that this is possible. Last year the event was a major success and with all of the employees and their families doing the walk this year, they are sure that it will be even better.
Signing up for the event is free and when you use the registration at www.makingstridesjoliet.com just go to the site and follow the easy steps online. Customers, friends and family can donate as well and if you donate $5 or more you will get a pink team dog tag to wear on the day of the event. Donations of $25 or more will earn people a free t-shirt from the American Cancer Society. Do not miss out on this event.
Bill Jacobs' family of auto dealerships is proud to take a philanthropic stance in the Joliet community and the surrounding areas. The dealerships offer a full array of new vehicles from many different brands and are one of the premier places to buy a used car in Joliet, IL. Customers from all over who are looking for a quality Chevy dealership in Homer Glen, Shorewood, Naperville, Aurora, or Bolingbrook are encouraged to stop by the dealership.
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