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June 2018
Subaru Loves to Care

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
 


 
   
 
First Team and retailers nationwide are partnering up with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society(LLS) to spread love and warmth to children and adults that are undergoing cancer treatment.  Every 3 minutes one person in the US is diagnosed with blood cancer.  Leukemia is the most common form of cancer in children, and First Team is proud to be more involved in these people's lives and let them know that we care. 


In June, First Team and LLS delivered blankets, arts & crafts kits and message of hope cards to those fighting cancer.  In-store and via LLS.org website, customers signed the message of hope cards showing how much they care.  First Team had 2 droboxes, 1 in the showroom and 1 in the service area for everyone to send their love.  Patients often going through cancer treatments are in cooler temperature rooms, so First Team delivered blankets to offer warmth and comfort.  The blankets are high quality and co-branded with Subaru Loves to Care and LLS logos. 

Research shows that 10% of blood cancer patients are children and First Team wanted to help ensure they enjoy their childhood even when sick.  The arts & crafts kits included crayons, markers, paint, paper and more.  Utilizing the arts and crafts kit, children can express hidden emotions and reduce anxiety, depression and even pain. 

First Team visited Carilion Roanoke Memorial in Roanoke Virginia.  Patients received blankets from Subaru along with Word of Hope message written by First Team Employees and First Team guests.  First Team  is happy to help and be a part of this program. Subaru and LLS appreciates every one's support and helping to make a change in these young people's lives.

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Everyone at First Team wishes to congratulate Kendrick Higgins

from Grayson County High School!

He won a brand new Subaru from RAYSAC and First Team Auto Mall for attending his school's after prom party, and staying drug- and alcohol-free.

 

 

As a RAYSAC After Prom sponsor for almost 30 years, First Team fully supports RAYSAC's efforts to curb drunk driving accidents, and to keep our community safe. First Team is very proud to be a part of this great program. This year First Team donated a 2018 Subaru Impreza to the winner, Kendrick Higgins of Grayson County High School.

 


The After-Prom Party creates a fun and safe atmosphere for students enrolled in Roanoke County high schools. Reports from all over the area show that this year's parties were a big hit with students, who had a great time dancing and spending time with friends on this special night.

 



It is extremely important for schools, parents and the community to support after-prom parties for their students as they are a proven way to keep teens safe on prom night. Working toward that goal, each year First Team helps RAYSAC to saturate community members, parents and teens with reasons why students should attend and stay until the end of their school's after-prom party.

 

The Roanoke Area Youth Substance Abuse Coalition (RAYSAC) sponsors the After Prom Party, along with the After Prom Grand Finale with give-aways as an extra incentive for students to attend their school's After-Prom Party. In the past 29 years of After Prom Grand Finales, NONE of the participating schools have experienced the tragedy of a drunk-driving accident on the night of their prom.

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December, 2017
First Team Donates 200 Bicycles to Toys for Tots


First Team Auto and K92 are once again teaming up to help Roanoke Valley children! This year First Team Auto Mall in Roanoke is excited to be continuing our support as an official drop-off location for Toys for Tots in the Roanoke Valley. All toys donated will stay in the Roanoke area (Roanoke, Alleghany, Bath, Craig and Botetourt).

 First Team is proud to be able to help each year with the Toys for Tots program. This year, in addition to being a Toys for Tots drop off center, First Team has donated 200 bikes to Roanoke Valley children for them to enjoy! 

First Team will also host a special Toy Drive at K92 Radio's studio in Roanoke on Saturday, December 8th. There will be a live broadcast of the event, and the bikes donated by First Team will be on display along with the First Team box truck that we hope to fill up with donated toys. Representatives from The Marines will also be there to help with collecting donations. Donations will be accepted at K92 until Noon on December 8th. Donations will be accepted at First Team through December 16th. 

The mission of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community in which the campaign is conducted. First Team is proud to be a part of this amazing program and to give back to our community.
   
  


 

Share the Love with First Team!

This year is Subaru's 50th anniversary celebration and First Team Subaru is ready to Share the Love! We were honored to work closely with Carilion Children's Hospital, part of the Children's Miracle Network and their Miracle Families to share the love even more, by using the song "Put a Little Love in your Heart" in a 30 second TV commercial and a longer video for websites and social media. First Team is proud to have chosen the Children's Miracle Network and Carilion Children's Hospital as our hometown charity. First Team Subaru is excited to double the love and match every donation to the Children's Miracle Network and Carilion Children's Hospital during the Share the Love event this year. It is our goal to continue to help those in need in our community. In the past few years we have been able to donate over $80,000, and we want to continue that success. The money goes directly towards purchasing lifesaving equipment and services that would otherwise not be available. Examples include:• Omni giraffe beds for NICU• Bedside breast milk freezers• Pediatric Transport Unit, where any operation done within the hospital can be done within the unit. During this holiday season, First Team is very thankful to share the love with our community.  
 

 
Subaru Loves Pets -October Adoption Event with the Roanoke Valley SPCA

Update: We are excited to announce that our Adoption Event was a huge success! Six dogs and two kittens got adopted on Saturday and went home to loving families that day. We were thrilled that we could help these families with new dog owner kits to ensure the animals had everything they needed in their new homes. We want to thank the Roanoke Valley SPCA again for all they do. 


This October, Subaru loves pets! To show love for pets, First Team Subaru is collaborating with the Roanoke Valley SPCA to host an adoption event in the showroom of the dealership on October 21, 2017. There will be a new litter of kittens and 10 + dogs to get to know, love, and adopt. 

At the event, new pet owners will receive a new dog-owner kit that includes a welcome home guide, a toy, treats and wipes donated by Subaru. First Team Subaru wants to give these animals a loving forever home, so stop by on October 21st and find your new forever friend. 

All month long there will be a shelter supply drive at the dealership. Items like beds, cleaning supplies, bags and bowls are all needed. When consumers give back , and donate an item, they will receive a Subaru Crosstrek Plush Pet Toy.

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

First Team Subaru Loves to Care - Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
June, 2017 - Everyone should have a chance to lead a healthy life. Subaru is aiming to give as many people that chance as they can. Subaru has donated more than $4.5 million dollars to Make A Wish, helping to grant 610 wishes in the U.S over the years. This June, First Team Subaru is partnering with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). Together, LLS and Subaru and  First Team Auto Mall will spread hope, love, and warmth to cancer patients through small gestures of hope. LLS and Subaru will donate over 38,000 blankets, countless messages of hope written by Subaru customers that will be sent to patients around the country. 

Subaru & LLS Deliver Blankets to Cancer Patients
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) was honored to partner with First Team Subaru for the Loves To Care program. Together we delivered 80 blankets, 10 arts and craft kits, and handfuls of Messages of Hope to cancer patients at Carillion Roanoke Memorial Hospital on Friday, July 7, 2017. There in the Oncology Unit, we were welcomed by a team of nurses. The delivery came as a surprise to some of them, and they were almost teary-eyed at the thought of the smiles the blankets would soon bring. We posed for another glamour shot and gave our appreciations. Thinking that was a wrap, we were pleasantly surprised when we were told that we had the opportunity to hand-deliver the blankets directly to the patients. The first patient that we touched was Ben, a bright young man who was currently undergoing chemo therapy. You could tell that he was a little reserved but genuinely appreciative of his new blanket, bracelet, and the Message of Hope that accompanied it. We then visited Mr. Sink, who was as friendly as can be. He invited us to sit right beside him on the hospital bed, as we exchanged some stories and then smiled big for the camera. He was an AML patient who was upbeat and fully determined to beat the odds. He also had the most gorgeous view of the cascading Blue Ridge Mountains outside of his window. The picturesque scenery and the newly gifted merchandise sure brightened up his day. What an incredible experience and truly remarkable program to be a part of.

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First Team Auto Mall is a proud sponsor of the Roanoke County Teacher of the Year Golden Apple Awards!


Each year, teachers from across Roanoke County Public Schools are nominated by students, parents, co-workers and administrators to receive the Golden Apple Award. Teachers Erin Edmondson, April Griffin, Kelsey Bibee and Rebecca Bays are also Apple Award winners this year.

RAYSAC AFTER PROM PARTY


Congratulations to Megan, a rising Senior at Stuarts Draft High School! She won a brand new car from RAYSAC and First Team for attending her school's after prom party, and staying drug and alcohol free

Everyone at First Team fully supports RAYSAC's efforts to curb drunk driving accidents, and keep our community safe. First Team has been a sponsor of the RAYSAC After Prom for almost 30 years, and we're proud to be a part of this great program.
The Roanoke Area Youth Substance Abuse Coalition (RAYSAC) sponsors the After Prom Grand Finale as an extra incentive for students to attend their school's After-Prom Party. 36 high schools participate in the program, and include winners from Montgomery County. In the past 28 years of After Prom Grand Finale, NONE of the participating schools have experienced the tragedy of a drunk-driving accident on the night of their prom.
It is extremely important for schools, parents and the community to support after-prom parties for their students as they are a proven way to keep teens safe on prom night.  Working toward that goal, we want to saturate community members, parents and teens with reasons why students should attend and stay until the end of their school's after-prom party!  We are excited to announce that RAYSAC has once again partnered with First Team Auto, WFXR TV and The K92 Mornin' Thang to produce this event.  WXFR Good Day Virginia anchors and The K92 Mornin' Thang hosts will broadcast short messages to teens and their parents about the importance of attending their school's after-prom party.  The messages will be shared leading up to and throughout prom season. The K92 Mornin' Thang will emcee the After Prom Grand Finale event. Additionally, RAYSAC will be sending messages to APGF Representatives to be used in the schools.

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First Team Nissan and K92 are teaming together to FILL a large U-Haul with new, unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots!

All toys raised will stay in the Roanoke Valley. First Team is proud to be able to help each year with the Toys for Tots program. This year, in addition to being a Toys for Tots drop off center, First Team has donated 200 bikes to Roanoke Valley children.

UPDATE: The event at the Salem Civic Center was a HUGE success! A special thanks to everyone who came out and donated toys, and to the US Marines for all their work in collecting hundreds of toys for Roanoke Valley children!

 


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Q99 & First Team Receive & Give Contest

Each year, First Team Auto Mall and Q99 team up to present the Receive & Give Contest. During this call-in contest, winners receive $100, and First Team matches each win with a $100 donation to local charities.

First Team has donated over $23,000 to more than 30 charities through this program.

"I'm really amazed and delighted by how many people wanted to help give back something to the community," said George Pelton, Founder and CEO of First Team. "All of us at First Team are excited to be part of this event, and are very pleased to continue helping those in need in the Roanoke Valley Community."

For over 27 years, First Team has been a neighbor first, and a business second in The Roanoke Valley. They have always been happy to team up with other great businesses, like Q99, to help raise funds for and awareness of local causes. David Dillon, President and General Manager, has always believed in First Team's philosophy of "Good People, Great Values," and has been working with several local businesses and charities to give back to the community. "I'm a Roanoke native, and have lived here my entire life. It's not only truly great for me to be a part of this fantastic community, but also to be a part of this amazing business that values the needs of our friends and neighbors, and allows us to serve and contribute."
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RAYSAC After Prom sponsored by First Team Auto Mall was once again a huge success!

 The After Prom Grand Finale was held Sunday, June 5th, at Valley View Mall in Roanoke. Zack and Freddy Mac from The K92 Mornin' Thang emceed the event and the giveaway of the 2016 Hyundai Elantra donated by First Team Auto Mall!

110 students from 39 area high schools participated in the event. The Grand Prize winner was Caleb Bishop, a Junior from Pulaski County High School. Second place iPad winners were Makayla Cox from Auburn High School and Lynzi Poole from Fort Chiswell High School. Door prizes were also donated by First Team Auto Mall.

This year had the highest number of participating schools (39). 2015's event held the previous highest number, which was 29. Several of this year's participating schools had not been a part of APGF for several years due not having after-prom parties, but we are glad they are once again holding after-prom parties.

First Team is proud to sponsor this great community endeavor for over 25 years. We take pride in our community and our commitment to support our friends and neighbors. 

RAYSAC (Roanoke Area Youth Substance Abuse Coalition) is a group of concerned citizens striving to keep the youth of the Roanoke Valley and Southwest Virginia alcohol, tobacco and drug-free. For pictures, interviews and information please visit:  
www.facebook.com/RAYSACVa



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First Team Automotive Group congratulates Roanoke County Teacher of the Year!
Golden Apple Award winner Barbara McGrath to drive new Nissan Altima for one year

ROANOKE, Va. (March 14, 2016) - First Team Automotive Group today recognized Roanoke County's teacher of the year by providing the winner with the use of a 2016 Nissan Altima.

The Roanoke County Public Schools Education Foundation has awarded the 2016 Golden Apple Award to Barbara McGrath, a biology/ecology teacher from William Byrd High School. The Golden Apple Award is the single highest honor presented to a teacher by the Education Foundation. Each year, teachers from across Roanoke County Public Schools are nominated by students, parents, co-workers and administrators to receive Golden Apple Award. This year, 64 teachers were nominated and 21 teachers were selected as semi-finalists.

In addition to receiving a check for $3,000, McGrath received a brand-new Altima for one year, courtesy of First Team Auto Mall, with custom license plates that read GR8-TCR (Great Teacher).  

"Educating young people is so vital for the future success of our communities, and great teachers make that happen," said David Dillon, president and general manager of First Team Auto Mall. "As a family owned company that believes in supporting the communities we serve, First Team is honored to support outstanding teachers and celebrate their efforts."


The Education Foundation also named three Red Apple winners, one for the elementary school level, one for the middle school level and one for the high school level.  Each Red Apple winner receives a check for $1,500 each.

The Red Apple winners are:
•    Jasmine Herritt - First-grade teacher at Burlington Elementary School
•    Karen Perry-Carroll - 7th grade Science teacher at Northside Middle School
•    Ann Franco - English, history and geography teacher at Glenvar High School.

The Education Foundation also recognizes a new teacher who has taught in Roanoke County for three years or less.  This is called the Green Apple Award.

The winner of the 2016 Green Apple Award is Blaine Mills, a fourth-grade teacher at Glenvar Elementary.

"There are some outstanding teachers in Roanoke County," said Education Foundation Board President Rob Hendren.  "The Golden Apple Award honors the very best educator in the school system.  We were very impressed with all our finalists, which made it very difficult for us to select a single winner," Hendren said.


About the Roanoke County Education Foundation:
The Roanoke County Education Foundation was created in 1991 as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization to help young people in Roanoke County Public Schools meet some of their educational and personal goals. Their mission is to promote the advancement and further the aims and goals of Roanoke County Public Schools through the development and application of donated financial resources. They provide student scholarships for graduating seniors; classroom grants for innovative teaching ideas; assist with student travel to attend state and national competitions; provide resources for international education; and assist students in remedial education and substance abuse programs.

Since their inception, they have provided almost one-million dollars in scholarships to 1,500 graduating seniors; more than $260,000 in classroom scholarships to more than 1400 teachers; and more than $300,000 to support travel and educational programs. In all, that's over $1.5 million in support the teachers and students at Roanoke County Public Schools.

Support for these programs comes from corporate and private donations. To make a donation, go online to www.supportroanokecountyed.org or call Jean Wynn at 540-562-3900 ext. 10113.


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Over 100 Bikes in 100 Minutes is the commitment by First Team Auto Mall for a special Toys for Tots drive this Saturday, December 12th starting at 10am with the U.S. Marines and K92 Radio.

 

The appearance is a continuation of toy collection by K92 Radio and First Team to fill a large box truck with new unwrapped Toys. K92 personalities Danny & Zack have pledged that with First Team's help "the truck will be overflowing with toys to brighten the holidays of children in need in the Roanoke area". K92's Danny Meyers has shared with listeners, "First Team has been beyond passionate in helping children experience some joy and happiness this Christmas, whom otherwise would be without."

David Dillon, President of First Team Auto Mall stated  "in the 2014 to 2015 Roanoke City School year there were over 600 Children that qualified as homeless and that does not even include the number of families that have shelter… but are living below the poverty line. We are glad that we have the opportunity to assist the Marine Corps Reserve in their goal to deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, patriotic citizens. "

The Saturday, December 12th event will be at 6614 Peters Creek Road in Roanoke, between First Team Auto Mall and the Roanoke County Library. Event hours and collection will be from 10am to 1pm.

Donations will continue to be accepted through December 19th at the K92 Studio (3934 Electric Road, Roanoke) and at First Team Auto Mall (6520 Peters Creek Road, Roanoke).  Cash donations may be made online by visiting the K92 website (www.k92radio.com). 


First Team Auto Mall helped raise $4400 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association over Labor Day Weekend!


This Labor Day Weekend, First Team Auto Mall (Roanoke, VA) pledged to the MDA $100 per new car sold. Well, we had a fantastic weekend - 44 new vehicle sales - so we are very excited to donate $4400!

The Muscular Dystrophy Association is the world's leading nonprofit health agency dedicated to finding treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and other neuromuscular diseases. It does so by funding worldwide research; by providing comprehensive health care services and support to MDA families nationwide; and by rallying communities to fight back through advocacy, fundraising and local engagement.

First Team is committed to our community, and the well being of our customers, friends and families. We are proud to support great causes like the MDA, and look forward to working with them in the future.



Q99 & First Team Receive & Give Contest

In December, 2014 First Team Auto Mall and Q99 teamed up to present the Receive & Give Contest. During this call-in contest, winners received $100, and First Team matched each win with a $100 donation to local charities.

First Team is proud to announce that donations totaling $8300 have gone to local charities!

"I'm really amazed and delighted by how many people wanted to help give back something to the community," said George Pelton, Founder and CEO of First Team. "All of us at First Team are excited to be part of this event, and are very pleased to continue helping those in need in the Roanoke Valley Community."

For over 26 years, First Team has been a neighbor first, and a business second in The Roanoke Valley. They have always been happy to team up with other great businesses, like Q99, to help raise funds for and awareness of local causes. David Dillon, President and General Manager, has always believed in First Team's philosophy of "Good People, Great Values," and has been working with several local businesses and charities to give back to the community. "I'm a Roanoke native, and have lived here my entire life. It's not only truly great for me to be a part of this fantastic community, but also to be a part of this amazing business that values the needs of our friends and neighbors, and allows us to serve and contribute."

Here is the list of charities that have benefited from the First Team/Q99 Receive and Give Contest:

  • CHARITIES                                                        AMOUNT
  • Danville Burn Fund-Firefighter Association    $100
  • United Way of Roanoke                                    $100
  • Angels of Assisi                                                $100
  • The Daily Bread- Lynchburg                            $100
  • The Salvation Army                                          $500
  • St Jude                                                               $1,100
  • Lake Christian Ministries                                  $100
  • Childrens Miracle Network                               $900
  • American Cancer Society                                  $1,100
  • Mt. Airy First Pentecostal Church                     $100
  • New River Community Action                          $100
  • Roanoke Valley SPCA                                       $400
  • Samaritan's Purse                                               $100
  • Bedford Humane Society                                  $300
  • Lions Club of Virginia                                       $100
  • Hunters for the Hungry                                      $100
  • American Heart Assoication                              $200
  • The Shepherds Table- Bedford                          $100
  • Stewartsville Rescue Squad                               $100
  • Chance Harman Memorial Fund                       $200
  • Disabled American Veterans                             $200
  • Altavista Church of Christ                                $100
  • Roanoke Rescue Mission                                  $100
  • Pulaski County Humane Society                       $100
  • Calvary Chapel Lynchburg                               $100
  • Franklin County Humane Society                     $100
  • New Beginning Tabernacle                               $100
  • Feeding America SW Virginia                          $100
  • American Diabetes Association                        $100
  • Virginia Baptist Hospital                                   $100
  • SPCA of Martinsville                                        $100
  • American Lung Association National Office    $100
  • Montgomery County Christmas Store               $200
  • Susan G Komen                                                 $100
  • Rescue Mission                                                  $100
  • Santa's Elves Program                                        $100
  • NPCF (National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation)    $100
  • Wounded Warrior Project                                  $100
  • Free Clinic of Pulaski County                           $100
  • United Way of Wythe County                           $100
  • Blue Ridge Pregancy Center                             $100
  • Covington Christmas Mother                            $100


First Team Auto Mall raises $6700 for the MDA over Labor Day Weekend

 


This Labor Day Weekend, First Team Auto Mall (Roanoke, VA) pledged to the MDA $100 per new car sold. We had a fantastic turn out, and are proud to announce that donations from 67 new vehicle sales were achieved for a total of $6,700!

First Team wishes to thank everyone who purchased a vehicle over the weekend, helping us to exceed our donation goal. We are proud to support great causes like the MDA, and look forward to working with them in the future.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is the world's leading nonprofit health agency dedicated to finding treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and other neuromuscular diseases. It does so by funding worldwide research; by providing comprehensive health care services and support to MDA families nationwide; and by rallying communities to fight back through advocacy, fundraising and local engagement.
At First Team, "Good People...Great Values" is more than just a slogan, it's a commitment to our community, and the well being of our customers, friends and families.

First Team sponsors The 26th Annual RAYSAC After Prom Grand Finale


May, 2014, Roanoke, VA: For the 26th year, the Roanoke Area Youth Substance Abuse Coalition (RAYSAC) will be hosting the After Prom Grand Finale. This year the event will be held at the Roanoke Police Academy (5401 Barnes Ave, NW Roanoke) on June 1st. Students will begin registration at 1:00pm.

There will be food, games, fun, and of course lots of prizes, including the grand prize of a 2014 Hyundai Elantra donated by First Team Auto Mall, guaranteed to be won by a student at the event!

 RAYSAC prioritizes keeping youth safe and drug-free. Because the prom season can be such a dangerous time for our youth, RAYSAC sponsors the After Prom Grand Finale event to provide an extra incentive for youth to participate in their school?s safe and drug free after prom parties. As part of participating in the Grand Finale Event students have the opportunity to win great prizes.

Participating schools will send four students that stay to the end of their after prom party to the Grand Finale Event on June 1, 2014. One student from each school is guaranteed to win a door prize valued up to $100. Each student will also be given a key to try for the car.  The student with the key that unlocks the door wins the car. Two runners up will win the 2nd place prizes- new iPads!