Grand Junction Subaru has once again selected the Roice-Hurst Humane Society as the beneficiary of its annual Subaru Share the Love campaign.
For every new Subaru vehicle sold or leased through Jan. 2, the dealership will donate $250 to Roice-Hurst, which has operated a shelter and adoption center for dogs and cats since 1963.
“We have chosen Roice-Hurst as our hometown charity because we know it’s an organization that is near and dear to many of our customers’ hearts,” said Ron Bubar, owner of Grand Junction Subaru. “Roice-Hurst truly makes a difference in the lives of homeless animals and does a wonderful job securing permanent homes for our four-legged friends.”
Over the past three years, Grand Junction Subaru has donated more than $42,000 to Roice-Hurst through the Share the Love campaign.
“We are thrilled Grand Junction Subaru has selected us as their hometown charity. We are very grateful for the generous support we have received from them over the years,” said Anna Stout, executive director of the Roice-Hurst Humane Society.
Grand Junction Subaru is located at 651 Market Street near the intersection of Market Street and 24 Road. For more information, call 241-2414 or visit www.gjsubaru.com.