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AutoNation Presents Miami Lakes Cars for a Cure!

AutoNation is the presenting sponsor for Miami Lakes Cars for a Cure! The Miami Lakes Cars for a Cure foundation was created to raise funds for cancer research after Vice Mayor Roberto Alonso passed away from a rare form of cancer in 2013. Roberto had a passion for cars, and owned a beautiful 1964 cherry red Chevelle, which he left to his grandchildren. All proceeds from the event will go the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. Along with over 250 vehicles on display, there will be live entertainment, food…

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It’s Almost Time for the AutoNation Cure Bowl!

The AutoNation Cure Bowl is more than a game. It’s a celebration of the women who are living with breast cancer today and those who will face it tomorrow. It’s a rally cry to the world to raise awareness and help bring an end to this deadly disease once and for all. The AutoNation Cure Bowl is an NCAA college football bowl game played each December at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The game is nationally televised on CBS Sports Network and features teams from the American Athletic Conference and…

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It’s Time for the AutoNation Toy Drive Across America

As the country’s largest automotive retailer, AutoNation stands for more than just selling and servicing cars. We’re committed to helping drive out cancer and to making the battle easier for those who fight. So with the holidays approaching, AutoNation is getting in to the spirit of the season. As part of our “Drive Pink” Initiative, teams of associates from coast to coast are delivering more than 2,000 gift bags to kids battling cancer this holiday season. Each bag includes an AutoNation toy car kit and a handwritten message of encouragement—the AutoNation…

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Getting to Know Roman Artero, AutoNation Cure Bowl’s Special Guest!

On December 16th, two teams will take to the field at Camping World Stadium in Orlando to battle in the NCAA AutoNation Cure Bowl. Nine-year-old Roman Artero, who will be front and center at the game, knows a little something about battling too! Roman was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at just three and a half, and after years of chemotherapy and extensive cancer treatment that robbed him of a normal life, Roman has been in remission for two years. Today, he’s determined to experience life to its fullest!

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