Cascade Autocenter – Suburu

 

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Cascade Autocenter & Subaru will be the major sponsor of our Power of Produce Kids Club this season. The sponsorship will enable hundreds of young people in our valley to learn more about healthy eating and making good food choices. After completing an educational activity centered around farming and fresh produce each week, the participant will receive $2.00 in market money to become a Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market shopper. The market money must be spent on the purchase of fruits or vegetables from market vendors. Will Summers, digital marketing director at Cascade Autocenter & Subaru stated that the program fits in well with their philosophy of community involvement and education. Their goal is to be involved with a program that will make a difference in our valley. Educating children on the benefits of eating healthy is a win, win situation for everyone – families, market farmers and Cascade Autocenter and Subaru! The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is very grateful to be a part of the Subaru Share The Love program.
Cascade Autocenter & Subaru is a long time family owned business in the Wenatchee Valley. Owner Steve Baldock purchased the dealership in 1980. Tom Welch is the general manager and the business is located at 148 Easy Street in Wenatchee, Washington. Besides selling new Chevrolet, Cadillac and Subaru vehicles, Cascade Autocenter & Subaru also sells used cars. They provide a full body shop and a service and parts department along with car rentals. They are open 7 days a week. Exceptional customer service and being active in the community are two important goals of Cascade Autocenter & Subaru. The Wenatchee Valley is very fortunate to have a business which is so committed to being involved with and serving our local community.
Thank you Cascade Autocenter & Subaru!

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