The 2018 Subaru Love Promise Customer Commitment Award

We've been nationally recognized for our dedication to our customers and the Subaru Love Promise.

We're honored to receive the 2018 Subaru Love Promise Customer Commitment Award. This award nationally recognizes Subaru retailers who demonstrate excellence in all areas of customer-focused performance. It highlights exceptional customer service that builds lifelong relationships with Subaru owners.

The 2018 Subaru Love Promise Customer Commitment Award

What is the Subaru Love Promise?

Subaru and our retailers believe in making the world a better place and the Subaru Love Promise is our vision of respecting all people. This is our commitment to show love and respect to our customers and to work to make a positive impact in the world.

The Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment

We believe in being a positive force in something bigger. And it all starts right here in our community. Not just by our donations, but by our actions.

That's why we stay true to our Love Promise Community Commitment by partnering with a wide variety of community nonprofits and charities.

Every year, we join hands with our owners in the "Share the Love" event, giving back to our community-a community that's given so much to us.

So, every day, we strive to ensure our love is felt not just by our customers, but by all in our community. We do this because we feel it is the right thing to do.

We are proud to participate in the Love Promise Community Commitment. We're grateful, not only to be a part of our community, but to serve and support the causes and passions that are closest to our hearts, right here in our neighborhood.

All of the organizations we support have one thing in common: the unwavering dedication to improve the world and the lives of ­its people.

Subaru Loves Pets

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Subaru Loves the Earth

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Subaru Loves Learning

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Subaru Loves to Help

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Subaru Loves to Care

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Pets

Whether they live in our homes or in the wild, Subaru is committed to keeping all animals safe and healthy.

A partner since 2008, Subaru has donated close to $14 million to the ASPCA and helped support nearly 1,000 pet adoption events, resulting in more than 11,500 adoptions to date.

Environment

Loving the environment means more than loving the great outdoors. It means working to preserve it.

Over a decade ago, Subaru became the first U.S. auto manufacturer to become zero-landfill, and now, in collaboration with the National Park Service and the National Parks Conservation Association, Subaru is leveraging that same environmental expertise to help the National Parks reach zero-landfill too.

Education

It’s our goal to make the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible.

Total donations to teachers: $92,233
Over 200 teachers adopted
More than 15,000 students impacts

Community

In a perfect world, hunger would be history and hope would be commonplace. We believe a perfect world is possible.

Subaru and Meals on Wheels America worked together to make volunteering easier, by launching a tool called the Meals on Wheels Online Volunteer Drive.

Health

We should all have a chance to lead a healthy life. We’re aiming to give as many people that chance as we can.

Subaru has donated more than $4.5 million dollars to
Make A Wish, helping to grant 610 wishes in the U.S.

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Love Promise Stories from Bob Moore Subaru

Bob Moore Subaru Presents National Dog Day  –  Matt G

Bob Moore Subaru Presents National Dog Day

Bob Moore Subaru presents National Dog Day was held at the OKC Zoo, Sunday, August 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. National Dog Day gives us cause to celebrate all breeds of dogs and recognize the number of dogs in need of permanent homes. Representatives from the Bella SPCA were in attendance from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. hosting an adoption event in the Zoo’s entry plaza. A couple of pups found their new forever families! (see Lilly shown with her new family in the photo) Additional event activities included: • Free Subaru dog bandanas courtesy of Bob Moore Subaru for the first 1,000 guests that visit.• Many kids participated in the Zoo’s free Eye Spy Safari for a chance to win free Subaru Sunglasses, courtesy of Bob Moore Subaru. • Special Keeper Connection education opportunity was held at the Zoo’s African Painted Dog habitat, where guests learned more about our endangered dogs from the animal experts entrusted to care for them. Subaru owners were able to leave their pups in the Zoo’s pet hotel for free on National Dog Day thanks to Bob Moore Subaru as well. It was a great day for all!


Bob Moore Subaru Loves To Care  –  Kristi C

Bob Moore Subaru Loves To Care

The Subaru Loves to Care Month was a special and very personal campaign for the staff at Bob Moore Subaru of Oklahoma City. On Monday, July 9th, Charles Davis, General Manager and his wife Lisa Davis who oversees marketing for the dealership, delivered Subaru blankets, bags, and care cards to Children’s Hospital at OU Medical Center – Jimmy Everest Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders in Children. This delivery had special significance to the Davis family as they lost their 7 year old daughter, Mia, to lymphoma just last August. “The mission of LLS is important not only to Bob Moore Subaru because of our Share the Love Program, but it’s very personal for us as we lost our 7 year old daughter, Mighty Mia, to lymphoma last summer. In addition, our Master Technician, Shawn Best, lost his daughter, Kristin, to cancer as well at age 18. We hope that this partnership helps carry the message of LLS to more families like ours," said Charles Davis. Mia was adopted by their family after she was left in the NICU at an Oklahoma City hospital when she was 2 days old. After overcoming a heart transplant and a number of other health challenges and special needs, Mia was diagnosed with lymphoma on May 17th, 2017. Mighty Mia fought hard for her life, but succumbed to the cancer just three short months later on August 17th, 2017. The Bob Moore Subaru team and the Oklahoma Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), delivered 80 blankets and bags with messages of hope written by Subaru customers, and LLS care cards to those children fighting cancer. The team at Bob Moore Subaru decided to utilize the blankets not only with the kids at OU Children’s Hospital, but with their four-legged friend too! The patients and staff did the latest viral challenge, “What the Fluff,” with Targa the therapy dog at OU Children's Hospital. Afterwards, Targa was tired from her challenge, so 4-year-old Grace and her sister tucked Targa in for a nap with a Subaru blanket and read her a story! Grace was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Lymphoma in January. She and her family live in the panhandle of Oklahoma and have to travel more than four hours each way to treatment. She was one of a number of children who enjoyed their day with Subaru and LLS. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society funds research and provides support to patients battling blood cancers today. Over the past 65 years, LLS has invested more than $1 billion to advance innovative therapies and save lives. Across the state of Oklahoma, a large number of patients find themselves faced with the choice between paying for their treatment and supporting their family. Aside from the costs of hospital care, co-pays, and other out-of-pocket expenses, there are unforeseen costs associated with treatment. The Oklahoma Chapter of LLS, through the generosity of partners like the Bob Moore Subaru, gave over $500,000 in financial assistance last year to Oklahomans. Bob Moore Subaru – Loves to Care Video https://www.dropbox.com/s/l3le3eu9h1h680q/LovesToCare.mov?dl=0Targa The Therapy Dog with Kids – “What the Fluff Challenge” https://llsdata.box.com/s/wiq7kas1158jwwkzf72sjkzufopdg5w7


ZOO ANNOUNCES WORLD TIGER DAY  –  Candice R

ZOO ANNOUNCES WORLD TIGER DAY

The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is celebrating World Tiger Day, presented by Bob Moore Subaru, Sunday, July 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cat Forest habitat. In addition to learning about one of the world's most magnificent species, Zoo guests can enjoy fun, free, educational activities and celebrate the first birthdays of tiger cubs Zoya, Ramah, Gusti and Eko! The World Wildlife Fund created World Tiger Day in 2010 with a goal to double the number of wild tigers by the year 2022. Informative displays, crafts and other activities will be on-site at the Cat Forest habitat, plus, a digital photo booth courtesy of Bob Moore Subaru will allow families and friends the opportunity to capture the moment and share their passion for conservation on social media. Snapchat users can access a special World Tiger Day filter that’s available at the Zoo and Bob Moore Subaru on Sunday, July 29. Lancer Hospitality, the OKC Zoo’s food and beverage partner, is providing free ice cream to those in attendance (limited quantity available). Breyers, the ice cream producer, uses sustainable palm oil practices in their manufacturing process, protecting critical tiger and orangutan habitats.“World Tiger Day is about celebrating these icons of nature and raising awareness about what we can do to ensure they continue to thrive,” said Tyler Boyd, curator of carnivores and hoofstock. “Facing threats from habitat loss and illegal hunting, it’s critical to the future of the species that we act now.” To celebrate the cubs’ birthday, they will be presented special enrichment items at 10:15 a.m. in their outdoor habitat area at Cat Forest. Caretakers are preparing some of their favorite treats and packaging them in festive boxes to create fun, engaging activities for the animals.Also on World Tiger Day, guests driving Subaru vehicles will receive complementary valet parking courtesy of Bob Moore Subaru. Valet parking for other vehicles is $7. Bob Moore Subaru will be celebrating World Tiger Day at their dealership by giving away a pair of Zoo day passes to the first 10 individuals who test drive a Subaru and post a World Tiger Day selfie with the photobooth!Last summer, the Zoo received Zoya, a female Amur tiger cub born at Philadelphia Zoo, and integrated the cub with a litter of three Sumatran tiger cubs born here two weeks prior after Zoya’s mother was not demonstrating maternal behaviors. This process, called cross-fostering, is rare with tigers, with only a few cases having ever been attempted and documented. Both Amur tigers and Sumatran tigers are endangered in the wild. Fewer than 500 Sumatran tigers may survive on that Indonesian island. Amur tigers, also called Siberian tigers, are found in far eastern Russia, with a few surviving in northeastern China. Sustained conservation efforts have resulted in recovery from near extinction for the Amur tiger. Fewer than 50 were thought to survive in the 1930s and 1940s, but the population has grown to about 500 today. Although Amur tigers have increased in the wild, tigers overall continue to be under tremendous threat. There are thought to be fewer than 4,000 total tigers surviving across their entire range in southeast Asia, Sumatra, China and Russia. The primary threat to tigers is poaching for their skins, bones and other body parts that are used in traditional Asian medicine. Habitat loss and depletion of prey species is also a threat in many areas.In 2016 the Zoo began a partnership with Rainforest Trust, a conservation organization whose mission is to work with local partners to purchase and protect threatened tropical forests. Using funds donated by guests through the Zoo’s grassroots program, Round Up for Conservation, Rainforest Trust purchased 13,000 acres of rainforest in central Sumatra, an area five times the size of Oklahoma City’s Lake Hefner. This lowland forest is rich in biodiversity and is now designated as a protected area, safe from conversion to palm oil plantations and logging. The area is patrolled to prevent illegal activities such as poaching. In addition to Sumatran tigers, it’s home to some of the Zoo’s most popular and endangered species including Asian elephants and Sumatran orangutans.Show your stripes for conservation during World Tiger Day! Located at the crossroads of I-44 and I-35, the Oklahoma City Zoo is an Adventure Road partner and a member of Oklahoma City’s Adventure District. The Zoo proudly holds accreditations from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, and the American Association of Museums. Guests are welcome daily from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. with exhibit buildings closing at 4:45 p.m.


Bob Moore Subaru ZOObaru Educates!  –  Greg H

Bob Moore Subaru ZOObaru Educates!

Education is in our nature! We’d like to extend a sincere thank you to our friends at Bob Moore Subaru for their generous donation to our education program with the addition of two ZOObarus, revealed this summer!The ZOObarus have enabled the OKC Zoo's education team to transport our animal ambassadors and educate children all over the state about wildlife and wild places!


Bob Moore Subaru Helps Vandalism Victim  –  Jeni M

Bob Moore Subaru Helps Vandalism Victim

I am an Oklahoma Teacher and am so thankful for the caring team at Bob Moore Subaru who went above and beyond when they heard about my vehicle being vandalized by a student. My husband, a National Guardsman, and a Subie Owner, was deployed at the time and so I had to figure out what to do and how to get my car repaired, my kids home and something for me to drive on my own. Thankfully, Bob Moore Subaru picked us up after the car rental company required additional fees that would have put us in a bind. They put us in a beautiful Forester to drive until my vehicle was repaired and helped coordinate with the tow company, glass repair, and insurance. A few days later, we picked up my vehicle with its new beautiful window and only two miles down the road toward home, my car jerks badly, a wrench appears on the display, and it will no longer accelerate. Luckily, we were able to get it parked in a nearby parking lot instead of being stranded on Kelly near 15th during 5:00 traffic. You won't believe it, but Bob Moore Subaru comes to the rescue again! They sent out a car and a mechanic. The mechanic ran a diagnostic test then decided to drive it himself and see what it’s doing. When we arrived at the lot, they immediately put the kids and I back in a loaner vehicle again (a gorgeous Outback this time), and my vehicle spent a few more days with them while they check things out. I'm so thankful for the kindness and service we were shown at Bob Moore Subaru and will definitely be returning and recommending them to all our friends and family!


Bob Moore Subaru Loves Ally's House  –  Lori T

Bob Moore Subaru Loves Ally's House

Oklahoma Pediatric Cancer Charity, Ally’s House, Receives Large Donation From Bob Moore Subaru Bob Moore Subaru donates nearly $13,000 to family assistance nonprofit for the annual event OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, June 3rd, 2018 — A non-profit program for children with cancer diagnoses, Ally’s House, has received a check worth $12,694 from Bob Moore Subaru in celebration of Subaru of America’s annual “Share the Love” event. The mission of Ally’s House is personal to Charles Davis, General Manager of Bob Moore Subaru, who selected the nonprofit as a 2018 “Hometown Charity.” Charles and his wife, Lisa, lost their youngest daughter, Mighty Mia, to cancer last summer. Also, one of Davis’ employees lost his daughter, Kristin Best, to cancer at age 18. Ally’s House served as an extremely valuable resource to the Best family during that time. Ally’s House has aided “Oklahoma children with cancer and their families – primarily in the area of financial assistance” for over 14 years, according to the nonprofit’s website. Ally’s House also annually hosts Camp Live-A-Dream, a classic summer camp experience catered to the needs of kids living with cancer. Bob Moore Subaru’s “Match the Love” donation, a goodwill out-of-pocket contribution intended to give back to the Oklahoma community, will help fund this year’s camp, along with other Ally’s House family needs throughout Oklahoma. The $12,694 check was presented to Ally’s House by Bob Moore Subaru at this year’s Camp Live-A-Dream kickoff cookout Sunday, June 3rd. Camp Live-A-Dream will be hosted at the Central Oklahoma Camp & Conference Center, 1 Twin Cedar Lane, Guthrie, OK 73044. Last year, Subaru’s tenth annual Share the Love event raised $23.9 million for Subaru customers’ chosen nonprofits across the nation. This total included the $2.1 million raised by its 2017 Match the Love program on behalf of more than 660 local Hometown Charities. Bob Moore Subaru in greater Oklahoma City is a full-service Subaru retailer with a commitment to providing quality products, service and experiences to its customers and to share the love in the Oklahoma community.


ZOObarus Revealed  –  Charles D

ZOObarus Revealed

NEW GENERATION OF OKC ZOO ZOOMOBILES, “ZOObarus” POWERED BY BOB MOORE SUBARU ¿Outreach Program Brings Animal Conservation Message to Rural and Underserved Communities Bob Moore Subaru is partnering with the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden to provide two 2018 Subaru Outbacks for the Zoo’s educational outreach programs bringing the message of animal conservation to rural and underserved communities across Oklahoma. Previously known as ZooMobiles, the new ZOObarus are replacing 12-year-old vehicles with over 100,000 miles.Transported by ZOObaru, animal ambassadors are essential to building wildlife conservation appreciation in OKC Zoo’s education programs. The program’s animal collection is distinct from the large collection of animals at the OKC Zoo, which are not used in programs. A variety of animals appear as educational animal ambassadors: small to medium mammals, birds, snakes, geckos, tortoises, frogs and more. In addition to outreach presentations, animal ambassadors are presented at Zoo camps and overnight group programs, educational programs at the Zoo and birthday parties.The Oklahoma Zoological Society, also known as ZOOfriends, raises funds through their Zoo Fund for Kids Scholarship to support educational outreach activities supported by ZOObaru. In 2017, ZOOfriends awarded $87,000 to schools and groups throughout the state. The OKC Zoo ZooMobiles, now known as ZOObarus, have travelled 17,610 miles, conducted 317 visits in 61 counties and helped to educate 11,254 Oklahomans in every corner of the state. Since 2014, 68,387 people have benefited from programs supported by ZooMobiles.“The Oklahoma City Zoo and Bob Moore Subaru share a commitment to protecting wildlife and preserving wild spaces,” Greg Heanue, OKC Zoo chief marketing officer, said. “We are grateful to have such a passionate partner and look forward to many years of continued collaboration.”Bob Moore Subaru in greater Oklahoma City is located at 13010 N. Broadway Extension and is proud to serve Oklahoma County with quality Subaru vehicles. With the latest models like the new Subaru Forester, Outback, Legacy, Impreza, BRZ, and Crosstrek, Bob Moore Subaru has vehicles to fit everyone's need.“All the organizations we support have one thing in common: the unwavering dedication to improve the world. We believe in being a positive force in something bigger and it all starts right here in our community,” Charles Davis, Bob Moore Subaru general manager, said. “The Oklahoma City Zoo is a world-class organization providing a critical educational message. We are proud to join their mission to educate and inform.”


Meals on Wheels of Norman Share the Love event  –  Lynn H

Meals on Wheels of Norman Share the Love event

For the seventh year in a row Meals on Wheels of Norman partnered with Bob Moore Subaru in conjunction with the ‘Share the Love’ event. Our annual poinsettia sale provides plants for the Meals on Wheels clients. The Meals on Wheels annual Poinsettia Sale is a fundraiser and a community event. Each year staff members from Bob Moore Subaru volunteer their time to deliver poinsettias to our ill, disabled, and senior clientele. For many of the individuals served by Meals on Wheels, the poinsettia is the only gift they receive. They look forward to the special delivery each year from Bob Moore and the Share the Love Subaru. The volunteerism of our good friends at Bob Moore Subaru is always a tremendous help and we are very grateful for their support. Meals on Wheels of Norman, Inc. a 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) non-profit organization. Meals on Wheels of Norman, Inc. has been providing meals to homebound seniors for the past 45 years. The visit from the volunteer driver is often the only daily contact for these frail of health individuals. An average of 300 nutritious meals are served each day on 20 different delivery routes by our wonderful volunteer drivers. Meals on Wheels serves 70,000 meals and is a life-line for 750+ homebound seniors.Our annual survey results show that 100% of meal recipients say that they have a healthier diet and 99% are able to remain independent. 96% of the respondents report both improved emotional health and physical health. Another 92% state that they are less isolated due to the program and 99% say they feel safer.


Subaru & The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team Up  –  Libby K

Subaru & The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team Up

Two blood cancer patients joined Integris Cancer Institute staff and a Bob Moore Subaru employee for the blanket drop on Friday, July 7th. The cancer patients enjoyed a sense of community during the meeting as they tried on wigs and shared their personal cancer experiences with each other. The blankets were warmly received by the patients and the Integris staff looks forward to distributing the rest of the blankets and craft kits to other patients currently in treatment.


Bob Moore Subaru Shares the LOVE w/Ally's House  –  Lori T

Bob Moore Subaru Shares the LOVE w/Ally's House

Every year since its conception in 2004, Ally's House has processed approximately 100+ applications for pediatric cancer patients and their families. The organization comes along side families as they navigate through the process of treatment and ultimately a new way of life. To help ease one of the many burdens on these families, Ally's House helps pay family bills or medical expenses while children are in treatment. If there is a financial need or struggle, Ally's House wants to be there to help so families can focus on their child, not their bills. Bob Moore Subaru's Share the Love Event was a huge success and the proceeds were given to Ally's House. To say it was a blessing to the organization is an understatement. Through the kindness and generosity of Bob Moore's employees and customers, Ally's House will be able to serve hundreds more families throughout the state of Oklahoma in 2017 and beyond.


Dogapalooza  –  Cindy A

Dogapalooza

This years annual Dogapalooza fundraiser benefited the animals at Second Chance Animal Sanctuary. It was such a great event and we were happy to be a part of it. Thank you Bob Moore Subaru for holding these events and helping local animal rescues with much needed funds. We are also appreciative of the Bob Moore Auto Group for their generosity to charities in our area!


3rd Annual Bob Moore Subaru Dogapalooza  –  Nicki S

3rd  Annual Bob Moore Subaru Dogapalooza

The 3rd annual Bob Moore Subaru #Dogapalooza!A free dog wash, cool prizes, yummy treats and so much more! Have some fun with your pooch while supporting Edmond Animal Services, Government. -Free hamburgers and hot dogs, courtesy of Bob Moore Subaru - Cold treats from Summer Song Ice Cream Truck - Pet adoption and reduced-cost dog chipping by Edmond Animal Services (cash or check only, please) - Pet vendors & veterinarian information from: Sunset Veterinary Clinic, Central Park Dog Daycare, Best Friends Oklahoma City, The Dusty Paw, Paws for Life, Inc., and A1 Pet Emporium Edmond. - Free photos with your pet by PhotoVille. (Photos will be provided at the event. Also check our Facebook page after the event for a digital version!) All donations benefiting Edmond Animal Services!


Redbud Classic partners with Bob Moore Subaru  –  Patty A

Redbud Classic partners with Bob Moore Subaru

The annual Redbud Classic is an Oklahoma City fitness tradition offering quality running and cycling events for athletes of all fitness levels. The event, held each April, has become synonymous with the beginning of spring in Oklahoma City. In addition to providing a great community fitness event, the Redbud has impacted the Oklahoma City community by donating more than half a million dollars to local non-profits in the past 33 years. These donations could not be possible without the many sponsors who contribute to Redbud each year. Bob Moore Subaru is a valued Redbud sponsor. In addition to their generous contribution, each year they provide pace cars for the race which are wrapped with the Redbud t-shirt artwork of that year. Redbud is proud to partner with Bob Moore Subaru as they help impact the Oklahoma City Community. On June 3, the Redbud Classic presented a $25,000 check to the 2015 beneficiary, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County. The Mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County is to enable and inspire all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as responsible, caring and productive citizens. The organization now annually serves over 3,000 youth, 6-18 years old, impacting youth through character and leadership programs, art and technology, academic assistance, sports and nutrition and positive adult relationships.


Dogapalooza 2014  –  Lisa S

Dogapalooza 2014

Hundreds of dog lovers and admirers braved the heat and came out to the second annual Dogapalooza 2014 at Bob Moore Subaru. This fun event was an opportunity to adopt a dog and benefit the Safe Haven Animal Rescue Shelter dedicated to finding homes for homeless and abandon animals. More than 100 animals enjoyed a free dog wash. There were plenty of soapy pails and wagging tails. The event was a huge success. "Today is about giving back to the community, helping find homes for animals and about making friends. " said Dustin McIntosh, of Bob Moore Subaru. There was food and treats from "Hall's Pizza Kitchen", "Katiebug's Shaved Ice", and "Super Juice OKC". Reed Trimmer: Meterologist and Extreme Storm Chaser brought "The Dominator". We had Pet adoptions and $20 Dog Chipping by "Safe Haven Animal Rescue". Free treats from "Barking Dog Bakery". Sponsorship and donations from "One Lucky Mutt", "Smelly Mutt Club", "Best Friends OKC", "Central Park Dog Daycare", "Sunset Vetrinary Clinic", "A1 Pet Emporium", "Full Circle Obedience School", "Bark for Life of OKC", "The Dusty Paw", "Wild 104.9", and "98.9 KISS FM". There were over 170 volunteers and guest and hundreds of dogs washed, several adopted and a record number of dog chips!


Bob Moore Subaru Teams Up With Meals on Wheels of Norman, OK  –  Dustin M

Bob Moore Subaru Teams Up With Meals on Wheels of Norman, OK

On Wednesday December 3rd, 2014 Bob Moore Subaru teamed up with Meals on Wheels of Norman, OK to deliver poinsettias to Meals on Wheels recipients!


Bob Moore Subaru Partners With Toys for Tots To Collect Donations  –  Aislinn W

Bob Moore Subaru Partners With Toys for Tots To Collect Donations

During the 2014 Holiday season, Bob Moore Subaru partnered with Toys for Tots. The mission of Toys for Tots is to collect new, unwrapped toys from October to December each year to distribute to less fortunate children in the community. A 2015 Subaru Outback was placed in front of the area's Whole Foods grocery store and volunteers were positioned outside the vehicle during prime shopping hours in November and December. At that time anyone that donated a toy was also given a Colorado Blue Spruce tree sapling courtesy of Bob Moore Subaru. A Holiday kick-off event was also conducted on December 4th that included Whole Foods and other area retailers. There was a large push for toy donations that were collected by local Marines, OKC Fire and Police departments. Live music, food trucks and holiday cocktails were served in a grassy area just north of Whole Foods. Santa, Mrs. Claus and Frozen's Elsa, Anna and Kristoff also made an appearance at the event. Bob Moore Subaru was well received during these events and seen as a true community partner. Bob Moore Subaru hopes to turn this into a long-lasting partnership that can become a holiday tradition for our community.