Drive in the name of someone you love


Martha Chandler of Clifty, Ky. drives for the late Belva Chandler who passed away from breast cancer.


Do you have a loved one, friend, neighbor, or co-worker battling breast cancer? Together with Chevy, you can join the fight and drive in their name. Whether it’s a friend, loved one or even you, the American Cancer Society is teaming up with Chevrolet to finish the fight against breast cancer.

Mary Barra, 53, is the first female CEO of General Motors, drives for her mom, Eva, who fought breast cancer twice but passed away in 2004. Barra started at GM 33 years ago as a college intern and worked her way up through the company’s manufacturing and product development operations, with brief stints in human resources to help GM through rough patches with employees.

Barra gives her mom a lot of credit for her success, saying she insisted that Barra go to college. Because of her strong background in math and science, Barre pursued an electrical engineering degree. She continued her education at Stanford, earning an MBA.

For the fifth year in a row, Chevrolet and its dealers are teaming up with the American Cancer Society to take on breast cancer. Over the past four years, through this great partnership, contributions have totaled $4,462,326, and hundreds of local walks across the country have increased support and created awareness for the cause.

Mansfield Chevrolet Buick, 452 Hopkinsville Road in Russellville is a participating dealership in the “I Drive For” campaign. Stop in at Mansfield and let them know you want to “Drive For” someone you know who has battled breast cancer. It’s that simple. If you are unable go to the dealership for a photo op you can also participate in the “I Drive For” by visiting www.chevy.com/makingstrides and type in the name of a loved one who has been touched by breast cancer. This feature on Chevrolet’s landing page will spell the name of the individual in tire tread markings and encourage sharing on Instagram and Twitter so ACS can receive $5.00 This year, you have the power to help simply by telling us who you drive for with the IDriveFor. You can help continue this incredible support and end the fight once and for all. October 31, 2015 is the last day of the “I Drive For” campaign so stop at Mansfield Cheverolt Buick and show your support for a cure.

Martha Chandler of Clifty, Ky. drives for the late Belva Chandler who passed away from breast cancer.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_I-drive-for.jpgMartha Chandler of Clifty, Ky. drives for the late Belva Chandler who passed away from breast cancer.
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