Subaru Is Donating 513,693 Meals to Feeding America to Celebrate Sales
If only everyone celebrated this way
In 2014, Subaru surpassed half a million vehicle sales in the United States for the first time ever. In fact, the brand sold a record 513,693 units last year. And to mark the milestone, the automaker has decided to feed the hungry, because Subaru is super cool like that. (Your move, Mazda.)
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To celebrate each and every model moved last year, Subaru of America will be donating 513,693 meals to Feeding America, which has a network of over 200 food banks here in the United States. Subaru will be giving 50,000 meals specifically to the Food Bank of South Jersey, which is the location that serves the community in which Subaru’s corporate headquarters is situated.
Subaru will then give out 10,000 meals to food banks in various areas that house other Subaru offices, ranging from New England to the Midwest and the Deep South to the California Coast.
Thomas J. Doll, who is the president and chief operating officer of Subaru of America, said, “We are very happy to be sharing our success with such worthy organizations. This is part of our ‘Love Promise’ to our communities and it makes us very proud to be able to contribute in a meaningful way.”
Related: What is the Subaru Love Promise?
Subaru has been on a roll in the last decade, with seven years of sales increases and six sales records in a row, culminating in last year’s major milestone. Here’s to another record this year, and more donations to feed our nation’s hungry.