At the International Auto Show in New York, Subaru partnered with the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) that is based in New York City. At the auto show, visitors have the chance to adopt and take home a dog or puppy through the ASPCA’s adoption process.

Visitors are also invited to make rope toys for their pet or donate what they made to the ASPCA Adoption Center. At the Subaru booth, visitors also have the opportunity to create custom pet tags with the Subaru Loves Pets engraver. What makes these fun activities even more fun is that they are all complimentary at the Subaru booth and any donations go toward the ASPCA.

For 11 years Subaru has partnered with the ASPCA and has changed the lives of over 57,000 animals through rescue operations, animal relocation programs, and adoption support all over the united states.

Subaru Promises to Love

Subaru has this initiative to spread love through their Subaru Love Promise. Through this promise, Subaru aims to go above and beyond all other car companies by doing what is right and good because everyone should.Part of the Subaru Love Promise is the Subaru Loves Pets imitative that is devoted to helping improve the overall well-being of animals all over the nation. They intend to do right by the community by partnering with nonprofit education, health, community, environment, and animal organizations.

Through several different programs and initiatives, Subaru sets themselves apart from other major car manufactures by making a positive impact in the world because that is what they believe is the right thing to do. At North Reading Subaru we want to continue to spread the good by highlighting all that Subaru does for the community.

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