Posts Tagged ‘acs’

MileOne Sponsors ACS Relay For Life Speech 2013

01Jul

For the past 14 years, MileOne Automotive has been the Regional Sponsor for American Cancer Society – Relay For Life. We have donated a vehicle every year to help raise money for Cancer Research. This year we donated a 2014 Mazda6 for the annual raffle on June 14, 2013 at the Relay For Life – Joppatown High School in Joppatowne, MD. The MileOne team was there as MileOne COO Scott Fader spoke at the event prior to the start of the walk.

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For the past 14 years, Heritage Mazda Bel Air has been the Regional Sponsor for American Cancer Society – Relay For Life. We have donated a vehicle every year to help raise money for Cancer Research. This year we have donated a 2014 Mazda6 for the annual raffle on June 14, 2013 at the Relay For Life – Joppatown High School in Joppatowne, MD.

Make sure you purchase your $5 raffle ticket for a chance to WIN the 2014 Mazda6 at one of the events we will be attending. Contact Clarence Oney at 1.800.787.4337 or by email at Clarence.Oney@concer.org or text ‘Mazda’ to 55678 for more information.

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MileOne Raises $61,000 for American Cancer Society

24Jun

After weeks of selling raffle tickets for the Fiat 500, the build up had reached the exciting day at last. The winner was finally drawn last Friday June 17th, 2011 at Goucher College’s Relay for Life event. MileOne was on hand with the car on display, selling last minute tickets and handing out information about the car. There was even a mini corn-hole tournament! As part of the opening ceremonies, a survivor shared her moving story of survival. MileOne then spoke about their support of ACS and that we were moments away from raffling off a Fiat 500. The cancer survivor then drew the winning ticket out of hundreds piled in the trunk of the Fiat. Congratulations to Edith Sue Lawson-Smith who was the grand prize winner!!! MileOne was able to raise $61,000 from the ticket sales where 100% of proceeds were donated to the American Cancer Society.

 

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