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Gold Rush Subaru ‘shares the love’ with Hospice of the Foothills

Jason Leopold, Subaru district sales manager; (left), Steve Snyder, president of Gold Rush Subaru; Carolynn Peterson, executive director Hospice of the Foothills; Stuart Snyder, Gold Rush Subaru general sales manager, and Susan Taylor, Gold Rush Subaru office manager; along with Hospice of the Foothills employees.
John Hart/jhart@theunion.com | The Union

Hospice of the Foothills received a donation of $17,014 from Gold Rush Subaru of Auburn, from Subaru’s “Share the Love” campaign.

On hand for the donation made last week at Hospice on Rough & Ready Highway were Jason Leopold, Subaru district sales manager; Steve Snyder, president of Gold Rush Subaru; Carolynn Peterson, executive director of Hospice of the Foothills; Stuart Snyder, Gold Rush Subaru general sales manager; and Susan Taylor, Gold Rush Subaru office manager; along with Hospice of the Foothills employees.

Every year, Subaru of America runs a fundraising campaign to support both local and national nonprofits called “Share the Love” — a policy and pledge to do right by the communities in which Subaru employees live and work. This year, Subaru’s promise of corporate social responsibility touched Hospice of the Foothills in Grass Valley.



Gold Rush Subaru of Auburn chose Hospice of the Foothills as its local designated charity.

Subaru’s “Share the Love” program donated $250 from every new Subaru vehicle sold or leased from Nov. 21, 2014 through Jan. 2, 2015.


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