Car dealership raising money for Oklahoma women in need

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A local car dealership is helping raise money and awareness for breast cancer.

Bob Howard Chevrolet has partnered with Oklahoma Project Woman in Oklahoma City as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month to bring attention to the disease.

“Breast Cancer affects far too many of our mothers, wives, sisters, daughters and extended families. Some of us have been touched personally. Others have watched someone we love battle the disease. But, we all stand united in an effort to bring hope to those currently fighting breast cancer and encourage others to put a plan in place to detect the disease in its early stages,” said Aaron London, general manager of Bob Howard Chevrolet.

The dealership is donating $100 to Oklahoma Project Woman for every vehicle sold this month.

Also, Bob Howard Chevrolet’s building is wrapped in pink and employees will be dressed in pink all month.

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