GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - On Thursday, two local non-profits drove home in brand new cars.
This is all thanks to Subaru's Love Promise Campaign. As part of the event, local dealership Grand Junction Subaru donated two brand new 2018 Subaru Outbacks to Gray Gourmet, as well as the National Ski Patrol.
Both organizations expressed their gratitude for the donation, saying it will help them to continue making an impact in our community.
"This is actually the first time I've ever driven a brand new car. I've never had a brand new car before," said Amanda DeBock, Gray Gourmet Program Manager.
"It helps us do our jobs. It gets us there safely. They're great in snow and you can basically get anywhere in the country in a timely manner with the car," said Patrick Trimm, Rocky Mountain Division Director of the National Ski Patrol.
Both non-profits play a large role in the Grand Valley. National Ski Patrol is one of the largest winter education organizations in the world. Gray Gourmet is a nutritional meal program for seniors, providing over 2,000 meals weekly.
Those with Subaru said they created the campaign because they believe in making the world a better place.