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News Transcript Business Briefs, Dec. 16

Freehold Subaru has chosen Big Brothers Big Sisters of Coastal and Northern New Jersey for a seventh year as its hometown charity for the annual “Share the Love” event.

For each car that is purchased or leased from now through Jan. 4, Subaru of America will donate $250 to Big Brothers or to one of four other national organizations selected by the purchaser, and Freehold Subaru will donate an additional $50 to Big Brothers.

In 2019, Subaru raised more than $35,000 to support and expand the organization’s one-to-one youth mentoring programs.

“Freehold Subaru chose Big Brothers Big Sisters as our hometown charity again because we know how important mentoring is for children to be successful in school and in life, especially during this time of isolation,” General Manager Steve Boyce said.

“The agency depends on the local community to help spread the word about their programs and the need for more people to step up and become role models. We are happy to spread awareness and to raise funds for this worthy organization,” Boyce said.

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