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The 2024 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

We are honored to be nationally recognized by Subaru of America, Inc. for our dedication to our customers, our community, and the Subaru Love Promise.

The 2024 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award recognizes elite Subaru retailer who provide an exceptional customer experience at every interaction with Subaru. These retailers have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to supporting passions and causes in their local communities in important areas such as environment, community, health, education, and pets.

Here at Centennial Subaru, we love our community as much as we love our vehicles and are committed to making a positive impact on the lives of all of our customers and neighbors.

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What is the Subaru Love Promise?

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

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Community

In a perfect world, hunger would be history and hope would be commonplace. We believe a perfect world is possible.

In 2020, Subaru and its retailers made a donation to Feeding America to provide 50 million meals to help feed people in need during the COVID-19 crisis,* making meals available at 199 local food banks across the country.

*$1 helps provide at least 10 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local member food banks.

Community

Environment

Subaru and our retailers are committed to protecting and preserving the Earth, not just by our words, but also by our actions.

More than 13 million pieces of hard-to-recycle waste collected and recycled through TerraCycle®.

Environment

Health

Subaru believes we all should have a chance to lead a healthy life. That's why Subaru and its retailers, like us, partner with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® (LLS) and their local hospital or cancer treatment center to give warm blankets and encouraging messages of hope, written by retailers and Subaru customers in their stores, to support patients facing cancer. Through our partnership with LLS, we've supported nearly 350,000 cancer patients nationwide. We're proud to be LLS's largest automotive donor.

Health

Education

Subaru and its retailers, like us, are continuing our support of education and high-needs schools in our communities through Subaru Loves Learning(R) by providing teachers across the country with funding to purchase the school supplies and resources they know are needed to help students thrive in the classroom. Through our partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org, Subaru and its retailers will have supported more than 470,000 students nationwide and are proud to be their largest corporate supporter.

Education

Pets

Subaru believes all pets deserve a loving home. That's why Subaru and its retailers, like us, partner with a local animal shelter every October to provide direct financial assistance and host adoption events to help animals find loving homes. Through our partnership with local and national organizations, we have donated over $51 million, which has supported the adoption, rescue, transport, and health of over 420,000 animals. We're proud to be the largest corporate donor to the ASPCA.

Pets

The Subaru Share the Love® Event

Subaru and its retailers believe in giving back to our communities. That's why for every new vehicle sold or leased during the Subaru Share the Love event, Subaru and its retailers, like us, makes a donation to national charities that our owners care about and to over 2,100 local charities where Subaru owners live and work.

Now, after 15 years, Subaru and our retailers have donated over $256 million to charity all to give back and to make the world a better place.

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How is Centennial Subaru dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

At Centennial Subaru we are committed to establishing meaningful relationships with in our community that will positively impact our neighbors and employees alike.

  • A Path 4 Paws
  • ThreeSquare Food Bank |FEAT of Southern Nevada
  • Clark County School District|Dean Allen Elementary School
  • Save Red Rock

Love Promise Stories from Centennial Subaru

Subaru and Centennial Subaru believe in making a positive impact on the communities in which we live and work. We uphold that belief through our Love Promise Community Commitment. Every month, we select inspiring stories from customers and partners from around our area who strive to support our collective commitment and feature them here.

Centennial Subaru Summer Water Patrol

Centennial Subaru, in partnership with the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC), recently donated EIGHT pallets of Centennial Subaru bottled drinking water to The SUMMER WATER PROGRAM. “Thank you (Centennial Subaru) for your generous support in donating water to help our community to stay hydrated during the summer months,” Alfredo Jaro, Public Affairs Analyst with the RTC of Southern Nevada, said. The Las Vegas Valley has been experiencing excessive heat warnings throughout THE SUMMER MONTHS with temperatures reaching as high as 115 degrees during the day. “Staying hydrated during these excessive heat-warning days is extremely important,” General Manager Chance Slingerland said. Partnering with the RTC to distribute life-saving water to individuals is a community service needs program we fully support and encourage other businesses and individuals to consider supporting, especially during these extreme summer temperatures.”

Centennial SUBARU Hosts THINK. REMEMBER. RIDE. Cycling Event

Centennial SUBARU hosted a bicycle ”Think. Ride. Remember” training ride for “3 Feet for Pete,” a Southern Nevada memorial event in honor of Pete Makowski, who was killed in 2013 when he was struck from behind by a gravel truck while on a training ride. His teammates from the Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air cycling team created “3 Feet for Pete” in remembrance of Pete and to support cycling safety. The training ride is a quarterly event. Some 90 cyclists started at Centennial SUBARU, 6350 Centennial Center Blvd., in the northwest part of the valley and headed north on the 215 Beltway bike path, then turned west on West Charleston Boulevard. After ascending a couple tough hills, the riders turned around on Charleston Boulevard and headed back to the dealership. Pangaea New World Fusion turned out to serve breakfast to the riders. “As a major corporate sponsor of the “Ride to Remember” in October, Centennial SUBARU contributed $10,000 for the fall ride,” General Manager Chance Slingerland said. “Centennial SUBARU supports any and all efforts to increase road safety in Southern Nevada.” “SUBARU is known for the design and safety features built into its vehicles,” Chance added. “Centennial SUBARU has numerous employees who are already engaged in competitive and recreational cycling, so the opportunity to partner with Ride to Remember on quarterly events was ideal. Given the location of our store and customer demographics, we hope the community will join us for events that are not only educational, but fun while promoting a healthy lifestyle.”

Military Appreciation Lunch at Centennial Subaru

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Military Appreciation Lunch at Centennial SUBARU in its parking area for Active and Retired military personal, friends, family and employees courtesy of Cactus Jack's Outlaw Grille Food Truck. Anyone who attended was able to enjoy the very best FOOD TRUCK Las Vegas has to offer for FREE. Centennial Subaru thanks ALL Active and Retired Military and their families for there service and sacrifice to our community.

Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of PANGAEA NEW WORLD FUSION. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy the very best FOOD TRUCK Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $650 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Chance Sligerland said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is pleased that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Centennial SUBARU Holds Successful Blood Drive

Centennial SUBARU recently held A blood drive on June 6, 2024, for the Southern Nevada American Red Cross. The “Can you spare an hour” drive attracted 17 donors who stepped into a bloodmobile bus conveniently parked in the retailer’s front parking lot. “We want to congratulate all those who donated blood,” General Manager Chance Slingerland said. “These donations have truly made a difference in the lives of surgery patients, those undergoing cancer treatment, chronic illnesses or who sustained traumatic injuries.” For those who were unable to donate blood for our recent blood drive, please visit redcrossblood.org to schedule an appointment or for more information.

Life-Changing Wishes Granted Thanks to Centennial Subaru!

Lee Butler and the entire Centennial Subaru Team, Your unwavering belief in the power of hope and your continuous support for our cause fill our hearts with gratitude. Because of partners like you, who are the backbone of our success, we can make a difference in the lives of these incredible children. The 2024 Walk for Wishes event was a tremendous success, and we owe it all to partners like you. Fundraising has been down, and supporting our cause has become even more difficult since the onset of the pandemic. We are incredibly grateful for your generous donation of $5,000. This contribution will enable us to grant almost eight wishes for children with critical illnesses in Southern Nevada. Wishes have the incredible power to bring families together and lift spirits. Each wish granted profoundly impacts the lives of these courageous children and their families. But the truth is, many wishes are still waiting to be granted. We're grateful for partners like you, who stepped up to fill an essential need at Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada. We extend our deepest gratitude to you for becoming our new partner. Your support ensures that these children facing critical illnesses have their wishes granted, bringing joy and happiness. We express our heartfelt thanks to those who continue to believe in the power of hope and come forward to support our cause. Because of your generosity, we can continue to make a difference in the lives of these beautiful, strong, and courageous children. Together, let's make more wishes come true! Wishfully, Jennifer Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada Board Member

Centennial SUBARU Honors Centennial Hills Hospital Nurses with Lunch from Pangaea Food Truck

Centennial SUBARU recently delivered the hard working and dedicated nurses at Centennial Hills Hospital lunch in recognition of May National Nurses Month. Lunch was provided by Pangaea New World Fusion food Truck. The American Nurses Association designated May as National Nurses Month in honor of nurses' unwavering commitment to patients, communities and our healthcare systems. Nursing is such a challenging profession that many times require nurses to put in long and stressful hours caring for their patients, Centennial SUBARU General Manager Chance Slingerland said. We are so grateful an d honored to be able to recognize our nurses at Centennial Hills Hospital this May, Slingerland added. We hope they enjoy the lunches, and we look forward to meeting each and everyone of them at Centennial Subaru.

Centennial Subaru walks to prevent suicide

Centennial Subaru team members participated in the Las Vegas area Community Walk, held at Sunset Park. The community walks held in hundreds of cities across the us, are the core of the Out of the Darkness movement, which began in 2004. These events give people the courage to open up about their own connections to the cause, and a platform to create a culture that’s smarter about mental health. Friends, family members, neighbors and coworkers walk side-by-side, supporting each other and in memory of those we’ve lost.

Centennial Subaru Shares the Love and packs lunches for local youth

Centennial Subaru team members spent the morning volunteering at Three Square Food Bank packing lunches for local children. The experience was fun, rewarding and a potentially life-changing way to tackle the ongoing hunger problem here in Southern Nevada. In addition the Team presented Three Square with a check for $66,236 that was collected through the annual Share the Love Campaign.

Earth Day at The Springs Preserve

Centennial Subaru Celebrates Earth Day at the Springs Preserve, where Every Day is Earth Day! We joined the community for family fun and educational explorations of the campus—a living example of sustainable lifestyles, design and architecture. Attendees enjoyed exhibits and attractions, environmental and green industry exhibitors, participated in eco-friendly craft activities, had a bite to eat from local food trucks, and found out how to play a role in ensuring a sustainable future through resource conservation, pollution prevention, waste reduction and natural resource protection. Centennial Subaru participated in the EV vehicle display and exhibit featuring the ALL ELECTRIC Subaru Solterra.

Centennial SUBARU, Save Red Rock OrganizationTeam Up For Earth Day Educational Event, Desert Clean

Centennial SUBARU Love Promise Employee Volunteers joined the Save Red Rock organization for an Earth Day Clean Up Event Saturday, April 20, 2024 in recognition of Save Red Rocks dedication to preserving and protecting the Red Rock Recreational Area, Centennial SUBARU presented the organization with $2,500. Love Promise Employee Volunteers participated in a Lovell Canyon trash cleanup. We are endlessly appreciative of the team at Centennial SUBARU for their love of the Earth and their support of Save Red Rock, the organization s President Heather Fisher said. Their $2,500 Earth Weekend sponsorship goes a long way for our nonprofit volunteer organization to educate and execute existing and future conservation projects. Save Red Rock is a 501c3 organization with a mission to preserve, protect, and enhance the natural, cultural, recreational, and scenic resources in and around the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area to ensure natural resource sustainability and promote responsible recreational enjoyment for all user groups now and for future generations. Save Red Rock is doing an amazing job in educating the public on the importance of maintaining and protecting Red Rock, Centennial SUBARU General Manager Chance Slingerland said. “What they are doing is just a natural fit for our Love Promise SUBARU Loves the Earth campaign.”

Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of PANGAEA NEW WORLD FUSION. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy the very best FOOD TRUCK Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $650 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Chance Sligerland said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is pleased that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Centennial SUBARU Employees Rock Their Socks In Support Of Ronald McDonald House’s 5K Run, 1M Walk

Centennial SUBARU proudly signed up 25 employees for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas’ 19th Annual Runnin’ for the House 5K Run and 1M Fund Walk at Floyd Lamb State Park on April 13, 2024. Additionally, as a Gold Sponsor Centennial SUBARU donated $5,000 to the charity and hosted a Pet Lounge where Subi Snack were passed out to local pet owners. “Runnin’ for the House exemplifies perfectly what our Love Promise commitment to the Southern Nevada community stands for,” General Manager Chance Sligerland said. “We will continue to support the Ronald McDonald House, both with financial sponsorships and employee volunteer opportunities, for many years to come. I want to congratulate Ronald McDonald House Charities for hosting another successful and fun event, and to recognize and congratulate all Centennial SUBARU employees who participated in either the run or walk or volunteering to help out.” RMHC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation. For more than 47 years, RMHC has ensured that families everywhere have access to the care and resources they need, especially when they have a sick child. The run/walk is one of RMHC’s largest events of the year to benefit families with hospitalized children. All proceeds from the event support families by providing housing, meals and transportation to and from the hospitals, so families can stay together during an important and critical time in their lives.

THINK. REMEMBER. RIDE at Centennial Subaru

Centennial SUBARU hosted a bicycle Event ”Think. Ride. Remember” training ride for “3 Feet for Pete,” a Southern Nevada memorial event in honor of Pete Makowski, who was killed in 2013 when he was struck from behind by a gravel truck while on a training ride. His teammates from the Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air cycling team created “3 Feet for Pete” in remembrance of Pete and to support cycling safety. The training ride is a quarterly event, with the next one scheduled for June. 100 cyclists started at Centennial SUBARU, 6350 Centennial Center Blvd., in the northwest part of the valley and headed north on the 215 Beltway bike path, then turned west on West Charleston Boulevard. After ascending a couple tough hills, the riders turned around on Charleston Boulevard and headed back to the dealership. Pangaea New World Fusion turned out to serve breakfast to the riders. “As a major corporate sponsor of the “Ride to Remember” in October, Centennial SUBARU contributed $10,000 for the fall ride,” Love Promise Coordinator Dominick Gagliano said. “Centennial SUBARU supports any and all efforts to increase road safety in Southern Nevada.” “SUBARU is known for the design and safety features built into its vehicles,” Dominick added. “Centennial SUBARU has numerous employees who are already engaged in competitive and recreational cycling, so the opportunity to partner with Ride to Remember on quarterly events was ideal. Given the location of our store and customer demographics, we hope the community will join us for events that are not only educational, but fun while promoting a healthy lifestyle.”

Share The Meals at Centennial Subaru

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of PANGAEA NEW WORLD FUSION. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy the very best FOOD TRUCK Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $650 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” Love Promise Coordinator" Dominick Gagliano said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is pleased that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Centennial Subaru Give from the Heart Blood Drive

Centennial SUBARU recently held its seasonal blood drive on February 29, 2024, for the Southern Nevada American Red Cross. The “Give from the heart” drive attracted 33 donors who stepped into a bloodmobile bus conveniently parked in the retailer’s front parking lot. “We want to congratulate all those who donated blood,” Love Promise Coordinator Dominick Gagliano said. “These donations have truly made a difference in the lives of surgery patients, those undergoing cancer treatment, chronic illnesses or who sustained traumatic injuries.” For those who were unable to donate blood for our recent blood drive, please visit redcrossblood.org to schedule an appointment or for more information.

Staying Warm Centennial Subaru

Today, Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada received a special contribution from Centennial Subaru that goes far beyond just a car sale. We received hundreds of coats and shoes for our young members that will be sure to keep them warm all winter. We are so incredibly grateful to Dominick and his entire team for always supporting us and our community. It’s community partners like Centennial Subaru that create long lasting impacts that are sure to warm your heart.

Klothes 4 Kids X Subaru X Operational Warm Coat and Shoe Giveaway!

Klothes 4 Kids, Operation Warm, and Centennial Subaru teamed up for a special event in Las Vegas to give coats and shoes to children in need. This event was all about the power of coming together and doing good. Imagine every kid picking out their favorite coat and shoes from a bunch of cool colors. It wasn't just about the clothes; it was about letting these kids show off their style and what they like. The impact went beyond just keeping warm. It really meant something to these kids – bringing them joy, choices, and a real sense of empowerment. Thank you Subaru for your support – it made a huge difference and showed how you care about making a positive impact on those who need it. Subaru's generosity didn't stop at the event; it left a mark on the whole community. It reminded us how important it is to be kind and work together. Huge thanks to Centennial Subaru for being a key player in making this happen. The warmth – both in clothes and good vibes – given to these kids is proof that when we team up, we can make a real difference. Looking forward to more partnerships that let us do some meaningful stuff for those who need it the most. Cheers to making the world a bit brighter! ~Nijel B Murray (Founder of Klothes 4 Kids)

Centennial Subaru spreads Holiday Joy with a food delivery to A Path 4 Paws

Centennial Subaru supports a Path 4 Paws animal rescue through out the year and wanted to spread a little extra holiday joy and support to the organization this season by ensuring they had enough food for the dogs they are fostering. When contacted Laura Ward explained that A Path 4 Paws is always in need of food and especially now when support and resources are focused elsewhere. Centennial Subaru ordered the food A Path 4 Paws preferred and we are happy to say a few dogs will enjoy a meal this holiday season.

Holiday Footballs for the kids at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada

Centennial Subaru employees generously donated 500 mini footballs to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada to spread a little holiday joy on quiet Wednesday afternoon. The kids quickly grabbed the footballs and played catch with one another. There where plenty of footballs to go around and even enough to bring additional footballs home for friends and family to play with.

SHARE THE MEALS at Centennial Subaru

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of PANGAEA NEW WORLD FUSION. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy the very best FOOD TRUCK Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $650 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is pleased that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

TOY DRIVE at Centennial Subaru Subaru

Centennial SUBRAU conducted a toy drive to benefit the Southern Nevada non-profit organization Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT). Families for Effective Autism provides information on therapies, support services and resources for those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The organization is designed to help families with children who received the diagnosis of ASD, including Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), or Asperger’s Syndrome. Centennial Subaru collected toys for individuals on the autism spectrum, ages 5 to 22.

Centennial SUBARU Hosts Food Drive to Benefit Three Square Food Bank

Centennial SUBARU is hosting a “Help Us Drive Out Childhood Hunger in Southern Nevada!” holiday food drive through Jan. 2, 2024, to benefit the Three Square Food Bank in Southern Nevada. The public is encouraged to bring needed food items to Centennial SUBARU, or to make a monetary donation via a QR code posted in the retailer’s showroom. Most needed items include canned meats, canned fruits and vegetables, dry seasonings, boxed carbohydrates, personal hygiene items, baby products, paper cleaning items, disposal plastic products, soy, almond and rice milk and gluten-free products. Please no glass containers, perishable items, baby food or formula or home-canned foods. To get the food drive started, Centennial SUBARU employees generously donated $400. “Three Square does a fantastic job feeding needy individuals and families throughout Southern Nevada,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “We are honored to once again partner with them to help stamp out hunger in our communities. We know, from meeting all the wonderful individuals who visit our showroom, that Southern Nevadans will either donate food or give money to help feed families this holiday season.” Since opening in 2007, the Three Square Food Bank has provided more than 500 million pounds of food to hundreds of thousands of people in need. For every $1 donated, Three Square can provide 3 meals. To learn more about Three Square, please visit: threesquare.org

Twins Zacc and Lynzee Zrebiec-Secta Selected As November Academic Athletes of the Month

Twins Zacc and Lynzee Zrebiec-Secta, soccer/volleyball stars at Southeast Career Technical Academy, 5710 S. Mountain Vista St., Las Vegas, NV 89120, were recently selected as November’s Athletes of the Month. Both students have worked hard in high school to lead by example in the classroom and on the field. They are multi-sport varsity athletes and are often recognized by their peers and teaches as being responsible and considerate individuals. They are humble and display sportsmanship, always encouraging teammates on the field and in the classroom. Zacc and Lynzee are ranked 7th and 13th in a class of 428 and are well-rounded athletes with a bright future. The Clark County School District has recognized the Academic Athlete of the Month Awards as both popular and well-liked among parents and school administrators. Centennial SUBARU’s sponsorship of the Academic Athlete of the Month with KTNV-TV 13 Action News of Las Vegas aims to spotlight the hard work and winning attitude of Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students in Southern Nevada.

Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of PANGAEA NEW WORLD FUSION. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy the very best FOOD TRUCK Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $650 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is pleased that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Courtroom Critters Therapy Dogs Drop By Centennial SUBARU Sharing Their Joy With Staff And Veterans

Centennial SUBARU was visited by eight Courtroom Critters Therapy Dogs on November 11, 2023, to pay tribute to veterans for Veterans Day and to bring a little joy to the staff at Centennial SUBARU. “We wanted to provide extra love to our veterans using these amazing dogs, as well as sharing a lot of joy around the dealership,” Stephani Loffredo, founder of Courtroom Critters Therapy Dogs, said. “I love SUBARU because I am a third-time owner of a SUBARU, and SUBARU is possibly the most pet-friendly environment of all dealers.” Courtroom Critters is a program which uses elite therapy dogs to help people testifying in court, and to help people with anxiety during the court process. All dogs are certified through the Alliance for Therapy Dogs. “Courtroom Critters Therapy Dogs provides a valuable service to our community and the court system,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Trying to put a value on these animals who bring peace and tranquility to people under tremendous stress during court proceedings is virtually impossible. Kudos to Stephani Loffredo for founding Courtroom Critters. We wish her continued success. And we hope pet owners will stop by when they are in the neighborhood to take advantage of our customer pet-friendly lounges, dog park, water-bottle stations and children’s play area.” For more information on Courtroom Critters Therapy Dogs, email Stephani Loffredo at: [email protected]

Centennial Subaru Ride to Remember

I have been the president of a bicycling safety charity called Three Feet for Pete since 2013. Our goal is to promote safe bicycling habits, and to spread awareness of Nevada's three foot law, which requires drivers to change lanes when passing a bicyclist, or if that is not possible to give them at least three feet when passing. Our message stresses shared responsibility between drivers and riders. Our primary fundraiser each year is the annual Ride to Remember bicycle ride in October, which attracts approximately 400 riders. The event is both a rally to promote safety, and a 30 mile ride for all levels and abilities. We use the funds that we raise to support other cycling safety initiatives in the community. The problem has always been that the costs of organizing the ride are very high, so accumulating money to do the work we want to do has been a very slow process. This year Centennial Subaru stepped in as a title sponsor and basically covered our expenses so that the money earned at the event can go into community outreach to make Las Vegas a safer place for bicyclists. The partnership has been far more than financial in nature though. The people at Centennial have put their time, energy, and resources into additional quarterly rides that start and end at the dealership. These rides attracted 70 - 100 riders and helped us promote the big Ride to Remember event, but also helped us spread the message of safe cycling throughout the year. I don't know where we would be without Centennial Subaru, and I cannot imagine a better brand to be partnered with. Our shared commitment to making Las Vegas roads safer is a natural fit for the Subaru brand, which has always worked to be more than just a car company.

Centennial Subaru supports local High School Football by sponsoring Thursday Night Lights

Centennial SUBARU recently supported youth football weekly television series, This week’s PLAYOFF game LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL vs FAITH LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

Centennial SUBARU Sponsors Dog Adoption Day For A Path 4 Paws Dog Rescue

Centennial SUBARU sponsored a dog adoption event October 28, 2023, for A Path 4 Paws Rescue, a Southern Nevada 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer-based organization that rescues all breeds of dogs to give them a second chance at finding a loving home. 2 HAPPY dogs found forever homes! Centennial SUBARU is pledging to donate $100 to the nonprofit for every person, up to $3,100, who adopts a dog. All the dogs have been spayed or neutered and microchipped. A Path 4 Paws maintains a rescue ranch that currently has 150 dogs up for adoption. “Trumpeting the adoption needs of A Path 4 Paws fits hand-in-glove with the Subaru Loves Pets® initiative,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Centennial SUBARU is much more than a car retailer. We love our community, and we’re committed to satisfying our residents, whether it’s finding the vehicle that fits their needs or being a destination to support their lifestyle. We hope pet owners will stop by and take advantage of our customer pet-friendly lounges, dog park, water-bottle stations and children’s play area.For more information, visit A Path 4 Paws Rescue, 232 North Jones Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89107, Suite 170. Phone 702-690-9969.

Liberty High School Student Ronnie Kendrick Chosen As October Academic Athlete of the Month

Ronnie Kendrick, a boy’s track star at Liberty High School in Henderson, NV, was recently selected as Centennial SUBARU’s Academic Athlete of the Month for October 2023. Ronnie has excelled in track this season winning events in multiple meets and invitationals. He won MVP at two local invitationals and is ranked No. 1 in Nevada and No. 25 nationally in the 400 meter. Ronnie is the first Liberty High School athlete to win at the Arcadia Invitational in California. He currently has a 3.312 GPA and volunteers with the Just One Project. “Ronnie is both an impressive athlete and student,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “To be ranked No. 1 in Nevada and No. 25 in the nation is outstanding. Centennial SUBARU is proud to recognize Ronnie as our October Athlete of the Month. He brings honor to his parents, his high school and the state of Nevada.” Centennial SUBARU’s sponsorship of the Academic Athlete of the Month with KTNV-TV 13 Action News of Las Vegas aims to spotlight the hard work and winning attitude of Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students in Southern Nevada.

Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor of TNL

Centennial SUBARU recently supported youth football weekly television series, This week’s PLAYOFF game CLARK HIGH SCHOOL vs CIMARRON HIGH SCHOOL scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

Centennial SUBARU: A Proud Sponsor of Armed Forces Military Veterans & First Responders Appreciation

Centennial SUBARU marched up and planted its booth and two 2023 vehicles at the 9th Annual Armed Forces Military Veterans and First Responders Appreciation Day Oct. 21, 2023, at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas. The retailer also sponsored the annual event with a $1,000 donation. “It meant a lot to have Centennial SUBARU at our annual event,” Coordinator Volunteer Gloria Cherchio said. “People loved seeing the cars and enjoyed talking to SUBARU’s people in their booth.” “It was our honor to celebrate the brave men and women who have served and are serving our country in the military,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “We heard the turnout was fantastic with several thousand people coming out to honor our armed forces and first responders.” Armed Forces and Military Veterans Appreciation, Inc., is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) agency incorporated in Nevada. For more information, visit: www.nlvevents4military.org

Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of TNL

Centennial SUBARU recently supported youth football weekly television series, This week’s game SHADOW RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL vs KIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of TNL

Centennial SUBARU recently supported youth football weekly television series, This week’s game LAS VEGAS HIGH SCHOOL vs DURANGO HIGH SCHOOL scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

Centennial SUBARU Sponsors ‘Ride To Remember’ Bicycle Event To Promote road safety

Las Vegas Centennial SUBARU sponsored a “Ride to Remember” cycling event Oct. 14, 2023, in conjunction with “3 Feet for Pete,” a Southern Nevada memorial honoring Pete Makowski, a cyclist who was killed in 2013 when he was struck by a gravel truck. Early Saturday morning several hundred cyclists met at Camping World on Las Vegas Boulevard South and road off in waves of 50 toward Jean, NV, where they turned around and headed back to Camping World. The round-trip ride was approximately 28 miles. All proceeds, including a $25 entry fee per rider, went toward funding the annual event and raising awareness of Nevada’s 3-feet law that states that motorists passing a bicyclist must move into an adjacent lane to the left, if possible. If unable to do so, a motorist must pass within a minimum of 3 feet of space between their vehicle and the bicyclist. Road closures were enforced during the ride with support from Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, the Nevada Highway Patrol and the Bureau of Land Management. The ride was not a race, competition or training ride. The goal was to promote cycling safety and bring together the cycling community as a whole. “Centennial SUBARU was proud to sponsor Ride to Remember to increase road safety in Southern Nevada,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “3 Feet for Pete is a wonderful memorial to not only honor Pete Makowski, but to shine a spotlight on sharing the road with bicyclists and to promote both safe driving and cycling habits. Ride to Remember also fits well with Centennial SUBARU’s Love Promise initiative.” Centennial SUBARU was recently honored with SUBARU’s Love Promise 2023 Community Commitment Award for outstanding commitment to the Southern Nevada community. SUBARU Corporation and SUBARU of America, Inc., recognized the retailer for its support of local community with time, resources and love.

Centennial SUBARU Sponsors Dog Adoption Day For A Path 4 Paws Dog Rescue

Centennial SUBARU sponsored a dog adoption event October 7, 2023, for A Path 4 Paws Rescue, a Southern Nevada 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer-based organization that rescues all breeds of dogs to give them a second chance at finding a loving home. Centennial SUBARU is pledging to donate $100 to the nonprofit for every person, up to $3,100, who adopts a dog. All the dogs have been spayed or neutered and microchipped. A Path 4 Paws maintains a rescue ranch that currently has 150 dogs up for adoption. “Trumpeting the adoption needs of A Path 4 Paws fits hand-in-glove with the Subaru Loves Pets® initiative,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Centennial SUBARU is much more than a car retailer. We love our community, and we’re committed to satisfying our residents, whether it’s finding the vehicle that fits their needs or being a destination to support their lifestyle. We hope pet owners will stop by and take advantage of our customer pet-friendly lounges, dog park, water-bottle stations and children’s play area.” A Path 4 Paws Rescue will be at Centennial SUBARU October 28, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for another adoption event. For more information, visit A Path 4 Paws Rescue, 232 North Jones Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89107, Suite 170. Phone 702-591-6469.

Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of Thursday

Centennial SUBARU recently supported youth football weekly television series, This week’s game DESERT PINES HIGH SCHOOL vs CORONADO HIGH SCHOOL scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters Touches Down For Thursday Night Lights Centennial/Ran

Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters took to the Centennial High School football field Sept. 28, 2023, to talk about SUBARU’s highly popular community-based Love Promise program and why Centennial SUBARU decided to sponsor the entire 13-week season of Southern Nevada high school Thursday Night Lights games, including the playoff games. “Centennial SUBARU is all about the Love Promise commitment. This program is our hallmark,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Being able to give back and put a spotlight on these kids, who work so hard, is a perfect fit for us.” Walters was honored during the game with a live interview by game announcers, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL player Shaun King, co-host of the Las Vegas Sports Wagering Channel VSIN and Kenny White, legendary odds maker. “I think I can speak on behalf of all the high schools in saying that they truly enjoy being on Thursday Nights Lights,” King said. “We want to thank Centennial SUBARU for making this possible.” Thursday Night Lights (TNL) is an Emmy-winning locally produced youth football weekly television series that airs in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV.

Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of TNL

Centennial SUBARU recently supported youth football weekly television series, This week’s game DESERT OASIS HIGH SCHOOL vs PALO VERDE HIGH SCHOOL scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

Diamond Kid Junior Triathlon and Kids Race: A Fun, Successful Event Thanks To Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU’s corporate sponsorship of the Diamond Kid 12th Annual Junior Triathlon and Kids Races on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023, brought youngsters together to compete and have fun swimming, running and riding their bikes. The triathlon took place at Blue Diamond Pool and Park in Blue Diamond, NV, where Centennial Subaru also had a booth and SUV on display. Centennial SUBARU gave a $6,000 sponsorship to benefit Save Red Rock, a 501(c)3 organization with a mission to preserve, protect, and enhance the natural, cultural, recreational and scenic resources in and around the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area to ensure natural resource sustainability and promote responsible recreational enjoyment for all user groups now and for future generations. “We sincerely appreciate Centennial SUBARU’s Love Promise support,” Heather Fisher, President of Save Red Rock, said. “We would also like to thank our vendors, police and fire and county departments who helped out, along with all the volunteers.” “Most of all, we want to thank the new-generation 2023 Diamond Kids themselves,” Fisher added. “They were amazing! We made shirts that said, ’Shine Bright Like A Diamond Kid,’ and they did not disappoint! They lit up our little village with infectious enthusiasm. They resurrected the sport of triathlon, after a long pandemic pause with a fresh, exciting new burst of energy. Watch out! We’ll be back!” Featured activities and race-times results include: • Junior Sprint Triathlon, female ages 5-6, First Place, Alina Groves, 23:29; Second Place, Natalie Ewell, 35:54; and Third Place, Lilyana Martinez, 44:30; female ages 7-8, First Place, Amelia Acquafredda, 14:29; Second Place, Rubi Van Wagoner, 23:46; and Third Place, Lily McLaughlin, 28:20; female ages 9-10, First Place, Allison Dressler, 17:46; Second Place, Julia Acquafredda, 19:27; Third Place, Sophia Trillo, 19:46; female 11-12, First Place, Sienna Moorhead, 19:51; Second Place, Jadyn Lexi Gallego, 21:22; and Third Place, Riley Bunch, 22:27; male ages 5-6, First Place, Elijah Lorenzo, 18:11; Second Place, Rumi McLaughlin, 24:56; male ages 7-8, First Place, Cade Walker, 16:22; Second Place, Austin Blubaugh, 18:24; and Third Place, Gabriel Groves, 18:35; male ages 9-10, First Place, Ethan Reed, 19:28; Second Place, Benjamin Lukas Timonera, 24:20; and Third Place, Jordan Taylor, 25:34; male ages 11-12, First Place Tate Bunker, 17:03; Second Place, Domingo Timonera, 17:18; Third Place, Cameron Gifford, 17:31. • Junior Long Triathlon, female ages 9-10, First Place, Kennedy Bourke, 37:42; Second Place, Brooklyn Bourke, 38:39; Third Place, Clare Gray, 39:40; female ages 11-12, First Place, Oakley Van Wagoner, 35:32; Second Place, Sequoia Fisher, 44:26; Third Place, Lillian John, 45:28; female 13-14, First Place, Cameron Kiesel, 39:00; Second Place, Kally Bunch, 40:41; Third Place, Abby Zeigler, 42:47; female ages 15-17, Thalia Huygens, 42:16; male ages 9-10, First Place, Alex Ceballes, 33:50; Second Place, Aiden Schlingman, 35:19; Third Place, Max Edington, 38:33; male ages 11-12, First Place, Yan Shacham, 33:31; Second Place, Mason Rongratana, 37:59, Third Place, Spencer Gray, 40:24; male ages 13-14, First Place Giulio Margutti, 26:59; Second Place, Mitchell Bunn, 28:14; Third Place, Aiden Moellenhoff, 30:12; male ages 15-17, First Place, Thomas Delaney, 28:29; Second Place, Gavin Kiesel, 32:37; Third Place, Cain Walker, 33:01. Other events that took place included: • Parent-Assist Triathlon, ages 5-10 plus one parent or guardian, 25-50-yard swim, 1 to 2 laps bike ride and 1/2 mile run. • Fun Run and Strider Ride, ages 2-10, 1/2 mile run or strider ride with or without parent. • Diaper Dash - ages 0-2. “A lot of kids who participated in these past triathlons are athletes now,” Fisher said. “They are on college swim and bike teams. These races encourage kids to be athletes and become motivated and dedicated. They learn to set goals, and this gives them a feeling of accomplishment.“

Las Vegas High School Student Torrell Harley Chosen As September Academic Athlete of the Month

Torrell Harley, a senior at Las Vegas High School, was recently selected as Centennial SUBARU’s Academic Athlete of the Month for September 2023. Harley is a football running back at Las Vegas High School and also runs track. Harley’s football coach said the student has an excellent worth ethic and good grades and should do very well in college. Harley hopes to play football in college. “Being able to juggle playing football, running track and maintaining good grades in school is a challenge for any high school student,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “I was very impressed in meeting Torrell. He’s not only an outstanding athlete, but a kind and sincere young man. I wish him all the success he deserves both in college and in whatever professional career he pursues. I’m sure he will do very well.” Centennial SUBARU’s sponsorship of the Academic Athlete of the Month with KTNV-TV 13 Action News of Las Vegas aims to spotlight the hard work and winning attitude of Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students in Southern Nevada.

Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of Thursday

Centennial SUBARU recently supported youth football weekly television series, This week’s game FOOTHIL HIGH SCHOOL vs LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for The Flat 4 Las Vegas car club customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of PANGAEA NEW WORLD FUSION. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy The very best FOOD TRUCK Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $775 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is please that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of Thursday

Centennial SUBARU recently supported youth football weekly television series, This week’s game BASIC HIGH SCHOOL vs SIERRA VISTA scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

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Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of Thursday

Centennial SUBARU supports Thursday Night Lights (TNL), an Emmy-winning locally produced youth football weekly television series, scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. This weeks game featured VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL vs BASIC HIGH SCHOOL. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is our Love Promise program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

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Centennial SUBARU Delivers Needed Learning Kits To Lied STEM Academy Middle School

Centennial SUBARU recently delivered 15 learning supply kits to the Lied STEM Academy Middle School, 5350 West Tropical Pkwy, Las Vegas, as part of the retailer’s SUBARU Loves Learning program. Millions of students across our nation lack the school supplies necessary for learning because their families cannot afford to purchase supplies for their children. Many times, the burden falls on teachers to purchase materials using their own money. “Centennial SUBARU believes all students should have the necessary school supplies to support their educational needs,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “By providing these badly needed learning supply kits to Lied STEM Academy, we are hopeful both students and teachers can now rest a little easier knowing they have the necessary materials needed for studying in the classroom.” Centennial SUBARU is proud to adopt classrooms at Lied STEM Academy Middle School. SUBARU and its retailers have helped support more than 470,000 students nationwide

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Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of Thursday

Centennial SUBARU supports Thursday Night Lights (TNL), an Emmy-winning locally produced youth football weekly television series, scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. This weeks game is Sunrise Mountain High School vs Cheyenne High School. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is the Subaru Love Promise® program, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love." The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

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Centennial SUBARU Sponsors Animal Foundation’s ‘Clear The Shelters’ Pet Rescue Event

Centennial SUBARU was a proud sponsor and exhibitor at the Las Vegas Animal Foundation’s annual “Clear The Shelters” day August 26, 2023, in which all adoption fees were waved to encourage Southern Nevadans to adopt a pet of their choice. More than 40 cats, 200 dogs, 70 small mammals, eight exotics (turtles, snakes, fish, etc.), one goat and a pig were available for adoption. “Our goal was to have 100 animals adopted today,” Allison Ford, Marketing Manager of the Animal Foundation, said. “Every year Clear The Shelters is held all month long, with today being the last day and culmination of the annual event.” Ford pointed out that all animals up for adoption were microchipped and had their shots. The pets were spay or neutered, or would be at a later date by appointment after adoption. All procedures were done free of charge. “We really are trying to push pet adoption,” Ford said. “You don’t pay for vaccinations, which could cost normally $100 or more.” “Clear The Shelters fits perfectly with the Love Promise Subaru Loves Pets® campaign,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “SUBARU is committed to keeping all animals safe and healthy, whether they live in our homes or in the wild. Centennial SUBARU is so devoted to promoting pet ownership that we build a dog park and incorporated customer pet-friendly lounges in our retail facility.” The Animal Foundation is located at 655 North Mojave Road, Las Vegas, NV. The foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible.

Centennial SUBARU Holds Successful Blood Drive

Centennial SUBARU recently held its first blood drive on August 25, 2023, for the Southern Nevada American Red Cross. The “Camp Do Good” drive attracted 24 donors who stepped into a bloodmobile bus conveniently parked in the retailer’s front parking lot. “We want to congratulate all those who donated blood,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “These donations have truly made a difference in the lives of surgery patients, those undergoing cancer treatment, chronic illnesses or who sustained traumatic injuries.”

Thursday Night Lights- Canyon Springs vs Virgin Valley

Centennial SUBARU kicked off its support of Thursday Night Lights (TNL) at Canyon Springs High School for the Clark County School District's Game of the week. The game featured Canyon Springs High School vs Virgin Valley High School. Centennial Subaru provided mini footballs to students and fans who attended the game. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is the Subaru Love Promise®, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love." The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

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Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for The Flat 4 Las Vegas car club customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of a Pangea New world fusion Food Truck . Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy The very best Corn Dogs and Cheese Sticks Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $850 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is please that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Centennial SUBARU Proud Supporter Of High School Football In Southern Nevada As Sponsor Of Thursday

Centennial SUBARU recently kicked off its support of Thursday Night Lights (TNL), an Emmy-winning locally produced youth football weekly television series, scheduled to air in Southern Nevada on channels KSNV-TV and The CW - My NetworkTV. Centennial SUBARU is a “Tonight’s Keys to Victory” sponsor of the 2023 playoff games, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 26, Nov. 3 and Nov. 11, 2023. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters will also do an onsite halftime interview at one of the games. “We are proud to be a sponsor of these local high-school football playoff games,” Walters said. “As a former high-school athlete myself, I can speak personally of how playing sports had dramatically shaped my self-confidence growing up and throughout my professional career. Thursday Night Lights is a fantastic series that has turned a regular high-school football season into a community wide event everyone can enjoy.” “With all the growth happening in Northwest Las Vegas, we saw this as an opportunity, and we’re excited to be part of the community,” Walters added. “We are more than just an auto dealer. The hallmark of Centennial SUBARU is the Subaru Love Promise®, which is our commitment to the community. We are about serving our community with love. The TNL game schedule, with all games starting at 7 p.m., showcases schools: Aug. 17, Virgin Valley (away) vs. Canyon Springs (home); Aug. 24, Sunrise Mountain (away) vs. Cheyenne (home); Aug. 31, Valley (away) vs. Boulder City (home); Sept. 7, Basic (away) vs. Sierra Vista (home); Sept. 14, Legacy (away) vs. Foothill (home); Sept. 21, Desert Oasis (away) vs. Palo Verde (home) ; Sept. 28, Rancho (away) vs. Centennial (home); Oct. 5, Desert Pines (away) vs. Coronado (home); Oct. 12, Las Vegas (away) vs. Durango (home); and Oct. 19, Shadow Ridge (away) vs. Liberty (home).

Centennial SUBARU Proudly Participates In Back-To-School Fair

Centennial SUBARU helped kick off the upcoming school year by recently participating in Cox Media’s “Back 2 School Fair” at DOWNTOWN SUMMERLIN. Cox held three additional fairs at the Galleria Mall, Meadows Mall and Blvd Mall. Centennial SUBARU staffers handed out Centennial SUBARU key chains and hand sanitizers. These fairs are the largest and longest-running back-to-school fairs in Southern Nevada. Some 10,000 local families visited 55 booths at all four locations manned by nonprofit organizations, various community partners and local businesses. “This was a great opportunity for our employees to meet face to face with local families, pass out some modest tokens of our appreciation and introduce moms and dads to the SUBARU brand and our Love Promise program,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “For more than a decade, the Cox Back 2 School Fairs have been an anticipated family event in our community. We are grateful our Centennial SUBARU family was able to be part of it this year.”

Centennial SUBARU Proudly Participates In Back-To-School Fair

Centennial SUBARU helped kick off the upcoming school year by recently participating in Cox Media’s “Back 2 School Fair” at the Galleria Mall. Cox held two additional fairs at the Meadows Mall and Downtown Summerlin. Centennial SUBARU staffers handed out Centennial SUBARU key chains and hand sanitizers. These fairs are the largest and longest-running back-to-school fairs in Southern Nevada. Some 10,000 local families visited 55 booths at all four locations manned by nonprofit organizations, various community partners and local businesses. “This was a great opportunity for our employees to meet face to face with local families, pass out some modest tokens of our appreciation and introduce moms and dads to the SUBARU brand and our Love Promise program,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “For more than a decade, the Cox Back 2 School Fairs have been an anticipated family event in our community. We are grateful our Centennial SUBARU family was able to be part of it this year.”

Centennial Subaru Volunteers Help Deliver Food To Needy

Centennial Subaru volunteers recently teamed up with Subaru of Las Vegas and Subaru of St. George, Utah, to deliver fresh groceries to needy local Southern Nevada residents. Volunteers partnered with The Just One Project nonprofit organization of Southern Nevada to distribute the food. Since forming in 2014, the nonprofit has continually connected with more than 20,000 people every month. The Just One Project was founded on the belief that it takes just one person to make a difference in the life of another individual. The nonprofit believes that together we can inspire, impact and change the lives of families throughout our community. “Unfortunately, there are many individuals and families in our community who are deprived of adequate access to healthy food due to their financial circumstances, physical limitations or limited transportation capabilities ” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “The Just One Project has been a godsend to these individuals and families with children. Our family at Centennial Subaru is both honored and proud to volunteer our services in delivering healthy fruits and vegetables to these needy individuals.” The Just One Project operates no-cost client Community Markets, Monday through Friday by appointment only. These markets are stocked with specialized foods for quality nutrition and offers services to clients of all ages. Two markets are in operation at: Community Market at Commercial Center, 953 E. Sahara Ave., Suite B-9, Las Vegas, NV 89104 and a Drive Thru Pantry, 1401 North Decatur Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89108

Centennial Subaru Proudly Participates In Back-To-School Fair

Centennial Subaru helped kick off the upcoming school year by recently participating in Cox Media’s “Back 2 School Fair” at the Boulevard Mall on Maryland Parkway. Cox held three additional fairs at the Galleria Mall, Meadows Mall and Downtown Summerlin. Centennial Subaru staffers handed out Centennial Subaru key chains and hand sanitizers. These fairs are the largest and longest-running back-to-school fairs in Southern Nevada. Some 10,000 local families visited 55 booths at all four locations manned by nonprofit organizations, various community partners and local businesses. “This was a great opportunity for our employees to meet face to face with local families, pass out some modest tokens of our appreciation and introduce moms and dads to the Subaru brand and our Love Promise program,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “For more than a decade, the Cox Back 2 School Fairs have been an anticipated family event in our community. We are grateful our Centennial Subaru family was able to be part of it this year.”

Centennial Subaru Employee Volunteers Deliver Meals to Most Needy Southern Nevada Individuals

Six employee volunteer drivers from Centennial Subaru recently packed up their vehicles and delivered 30 nutritious bagged meals to needy members of our Southern Nevada community. The food was professionally prepared by the Honey Salt Restaurant, 1031 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV. This volunteer-based program, Delivering with Dignity Las Vegas, was launched in March 2020 as an emergency response to the healthcare and economic crisis created by the novel coronavirus and has grown substantially in its effort to help needy and isolated individuals in Southern Nevada. Delivering with Dignity has developed partnerships with locally owned restaurants, leading nonprofits and private corporations to deliver meals directly to the doorsteps of residents, keeping dozens of restaurant staffs employed and has expanded to support community facilities, such as domestic abuse and homeless shelters. Delivering with Dignity is supported by the Moonridge Foundation, established by the Moonridge Group philanthropy firm that advises funders, individual philanthropists and family foundations. For more information or to become involved, email: [email protected]. “There are too many vulnerable individuals and families in Southern Nevada who are homebound on fixed income and lacking the transportation or ability to shop for themselves. This Delivering with Dignity program is such a godsend,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “I’m extremely proud of our employees who volunteered to deliver meals to needy individuals. Sharing the Love for our community neighbors in need is part of our bedrock here at Centennial Subaru.”

Centennial Subaru Donates Drinking Water to Salvation Army

Centennial Subaru, in partnership with the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC), recently donated three pallets of Centennial Subaru bottled drinking water to The Salvation Army of Southern Nevada Food Pantry. The Salvation Army’s Family Services Food Pantry provides assistance to low-income individuals and families in need. The program provides food to meet basic nutritional needs, personal hygiene items and baby items. For more information on the food pantry, or to donate, please go to: www.SalvationArmySouthernNevada.org or call 702-870-4430. “Thank you (Centennial Subaru) for your generous support in donating water to help our community to stay hydrated during the summer months,” Alfredo Jaro, Public Affairs Analyst with the RTC of Southern Nevada, said. The Las Vegas Valley has been experiencing excessive heat warnings throughout July with temperatures reaching as high as 115 degrees during the day. “Staying hydrated during these excessive heat-warning days is extremely important,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “The Salvation Army is a wonderful organization serving the needs of our low-income neighbors in Southern Nevada, and partnering with the RTC to distribute life-saving water to individuals is a community service needs program we fully support and encourage other businesses and individuals to consider supporting, especially during these extreme summer temperatures.”

Centennial SUBARU Employee Volunteers Deliver Meals to Most Needy Southern Nevada Individuals

Six employee volunteer drivers from Centennial Subaru recently packed up their vehicles and delivered 30 nutritious bagged meals to members of our Southern Nevada community. The food was professionally prepared by Graffiti Bao, 7355 S. Buffalo Dr., Las Vegas, NV. This volunteer-based program, Delivering with Dignity Las Vegas, was launched in March 2020 as an emergency response to the healthcare and economic crisis created by the novel coronavirus and has grown substantially in its effort to help isolated individuals in Southern Nevada. Delivering with Dignity has developed partnerships with locally owned restaurants, leading nonprofits and private corporations to deliver meals directly to the doorsteps of residents, keeping dozens of restaurant staffs employed and has expanded to support community facilities, such as domestic abuse and homeless shelters. Delivering with Dignity is supported by the Moonridge Foundation, established by the Moonridge Group philanthropy firm that advises funders, individual philanthropists and family foundations. For more information or to become involved, email: [email protected]. “There are too many vulnerable individuals and families in Southern Nevada who are homebound on fixed income and lacking the transportation or ability to shop for themselves. This Delivering with Dignity program is such a godsend,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “I’m extremely proud of our employees who volunteered to deliver meals to needy individuals. Sharing the Love for our community neighbors in need is part of our bedrock here at Centennial Subaru.”

Share the Meals at Centennial Subaru

Centennial Subaru employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial Subaru lunch in its parking area for The Flat 4 Las Vegas car club, customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of a Hot Dog on a Stick. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy The very best Corn Dogs and Cheese Sticks Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial Subaru raised $850 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial Subaru is pleased that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Centennial Subaru ‘Think. Remember. Ride’ Event Draws Over 170 Riders

Centennial Subaru hosted a bicycle “Think. Ride. Remember” cycling event that drew more than 170 riders July 1, 2023, for “3 Feet for Pete,” a Southern Nevada memorial event in honor of Pete Makowski, who passed in 2013 when he was struck by a gravel truck while on a training ride. ​Cyclists left Centennial Subaru’s parking lot and headed north on the 215 Beltway bike path towards West Charleston Boulevard. After ascending a few hills, riders turned around at the Ghost Bikes Memorial at Charleston Boulevard and headed back to the retailer. A local DJ played music and a Pangaea New World Fusion Food Truck provided wholesome food for the returning cyclists. ​Makowski’s teammates from the Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air cycling team created “3 Feet for Pete” in remembrance of their friend and to support cycling safety. ​“Centennial Subaru supports any and all efforts to increase road safety in Southern Nevada,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Subaru is known for the design and safety features built into its vehicles, so this sponsorship is in alignment with the goals of anyone who advocates for road safety.” ​“Centennial Subaru has numerous employees who are already engaged in competitive and recreational cycling, so the opportunity to partner with Ride to Remember on quarterly events was ideal,” Walters added. “Given the location of our retail store and customer demographics, we hope the community will join us for future events like this ride that are not only educational, but also fun while promoting a healthy lifestyle.” ​According to Nevada’s Division of Motor Vehicles, motorists passing a bicycle must move into an adjacent lane to the left, if possible. This is according to Nevada’s 3-Feet/Move Over Passing Law (NRS 484B.270). If unable to do so, the motorists must pass within a minimum of 3 feet of space between the vehicle and the bicycle. ​Motorists may be charged with reckless driving if they are at fault in any collision with a bicyclist or a pedestrian. Penalties include a driver’s license suspension. The goal is to achieve zero collisions, ending cyclist traffic fatalities. ​

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Together We Can Feed Everyone” Virtual Food Drive Underway To Support Three Square Food Bank

Las Vegas Centennial Subaru has partnered with Three Square Food Bank in a virtual food drive called “Together We Can Feed Everyone” to provide meals for our hungry neighbors. The drive is running from July 1-31. Food is the most basic of needs, and during these challenging times it is essential that Three Square continues making healthy meals available. You can make a difference in the fight against hunger by donating. Please go to: ThreeSquare.org/centennialsubaru Since opening in 2007 Three Square Food Bank, 4190 N. Pecos Road, Las Vegas, NV 89115, has provided more than 528 million pounds of food to hundreds of thousands of people in need.

Centennial Subaru Team Cooks Up And Serves Dinner To Families at Ronald McDonald House

The Centennial Subaru Team recently donned their aprons and dropped by the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas to cook smash burgers and fries for some 15 families and children who are receiving inpatient or outpatient medical treatment at local hospitals. Nine team volunteers participated. ​“These are multiple families in need, and it brought us great joy to be able to help Ronald McDonald House by bringing food and preparing it for their clients,” Dominick Gaglianao, Centennial Subaru Business Manager and Love Promise Coordinator, said. “I was raised around the kitchen table. My family loves to cook. Sometimes the happiest times are when you are served meals. This was a good time with good people for the right reasons.”​ ​“We are so grateful for the support of Centennial Subaru,” Julia Copie, Marketing Coordinator at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Las Vegas, said. “The families were very happy and really enjoyed the meals.” ​The mission of the RMHC of Greater Las Vegas is to provide a supportive “home away from home” for families and children receiving hospital treatment. Without the Ronald McDonald House, families might have to sleep in a hospital chair or even in their cars, as most families cannot afford a hotel room for weeks or sometimes months - especially under the financial stress of mounting medical bills. ​Through RMHC, these programs support families, so they can fully focused on the recovery of their children.

Centennial SUBARU Delivers Blankets to Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada

​Centennial SUBARU and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® of Desert Region/Las Vegas recently delivered 80 blankets and craft kits/cards to Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada for distribution to their cancer patients. ​Comprehensive Cancer Centers, an affiliate of the U.S. Oncology Network, is an award-winning multi-specialty practice comprised of specialists in the fields of medical oncology, hematology, radiation oncology, breast surgery, pulmonary medicine, cancer genetic counseling and clinical research. Specially trained teams of doctors, researchers, nurses and healthcare professionals have provided patients with groundbreaking cancer treatments since 1974. ​“The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is thrilled to be partnering with Subaru for their Subaru Loves to Care® program…,” Campaign Development Manager Laurie Perry said. “This is the eighth year of the LLS-Subaru partnership and the Loves to Care program. Over the past seven years, together with Subaru, we have reached more than 8,000 patients nationwide, and after this year, we have distributed over 230,000 blankets representing hope, love and warmth to patients” ​“We are honored and very grateful to have been given this opportunity to partner with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to provide warm blankets and patient care kits to cancer patients at Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our hearts go out to these cancer patients, as they fight and endure the mental and physical pain during their treatments. These gifts are provided with love and to let patients know our prayers are with them.” ​Centennial Subaru employees and customers also wrote notes of encouragement and support for patients at Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada. These notes can be viewed at a Subaru Loves To Care display booth inside the retailer’s showroom.

Las Vegas Centennial SUBARU Employees SurpriseDean Lamar Allen Elementary School Students

Las Vegas Centennial SUBARU employees recently surprised the students at Dean Lamar Allen Elementary School, 8680 West Hammer Lane, Las Vegas, with a treasure chest full of iced Otter Pops treats. The squeezable 100 percent frozen fruit juice sticks are a favorite among kids. In December as a “Welcome to the Neighborhood” gesture, 4th and 5th grade students from Dean Allen presented Centennial SUBARU with handmade Christmas tree ornaments for the showroom floor Christmas tree. In appreciation, the retailer donated $1,000 to the elementary school. “Anytime you can put a smile on a youngster’s face, that’s what we are all about here at Centennial SUBARU,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Besides Otter Pops being a ‘cool’ summer treat, it’s our cool way of letting Las Vegas know we’re excited to be an involved neighbor in our community.

Centennial SUBARU Employee Volunteers Deliver Meals

Six employee volunteer drivers from Centennial SUBARU recently packed up their vehicles and delivered 30 nutritious bagged meals to needy members of our Southern Nevada community. The food was professionally prepared by the Honey Salt Restaurant, 1031 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV. This volunteer-based program, Delivering with Dignity Las Vegas, was launched in March 2020 as an emergency response to the healthcare and economic crisis created by the novel coronavirus and has grown substantially in its effort to help needy and isolated individuals in Southern Nevada. Delivering with Dignity has developed partnerships with locally owned restaurants, leading nonprofits and private corporations to deliver meals directly to the doorsteps of residents, keeping dozens of restaurant staffs employed and has expanded to support community facilities, such as domestic abuse and homeless shelters. Delivering with Dignity is supported by the Moonridge Foundation, established by the Moonridge Group philanthropy firm that advises funders, individual philanthropists and family foundations. For more information or to become involved, email: [email protected]. “There are too many vulnerable individuals and families in Southern Nevada who are homebound on fixed income and lacking the transportation or ability to shop for themselves. This Delivering with Dignity program is such a godsend,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “I’m extremely proud of our employees who volunteered to deliver meals to needy individuals. Sharing the Love for our community neighbors in need is part of our bedrock here at Centennial SUBARU.”

Employee Volunteers Deliver Meals To Most Needy Southern Nevada Individuals

Six employee volunteer drivers from Centennial SUBARU recently packed up their vehicles and delivered 30 nutritious bagged meals to needy members of our Southern Nevada community. The food was professionally prepared by the Honey Salt Restaurant, 1031 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV. This volunteer-based program, Delivering with Dignity Las Vegas, was launched in March 2020 as an emergency response to the healthcare and economic crisis created by the novel coronavirus and has grown substantially in its effort to help needy and isolated individuals in Southern Nevada. Delivering with Dignity has developed partnerships with locally owned restaurants, leading nonprofits and private corporations to deliver meals directly to the doorsteps of residents, keeping dozens of restaurant staffs employed and has expanded to support community facilities, such as domestic abuse and homeless shelters. Delivering with Dignity is supported by the Moonridge Foundation, established by the Moonridge Group philanthropy firm that advises funders, individual philanthropists and family foundations. For more information or to become involved, email: [email protected]. “There are too many vulnerable individuals and families in Southern Nevada who are homebound on fixed income and lacking the transportation or ability to shop for themselves. This Delivering with Dignity program is such a godsend,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “I’m extremely proud of our employees who volunteered to deliver meals to needy individuals. Sharing the Love for our community neighbors in need is part of our bedrock here at Centennial SUBARU.”

Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial Subaru employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial Subaru lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family, and employees, courtesy of Panagea New World Fusion. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy the very best food truck options Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $750 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial Subaru is pleased that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Centennial SUBARU Quenches Boys and Girls Clubs Thirst

The Centennial SUBARU Water Patrol recently packed up 15 cases of bottled drinking water and delivered them to the Lied Memorial Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada, 2850 Lindell Road, Las Vegas, NV, just in time to beat summer’s rising temperatures. The cases will be distributed throughout the BGCSN campuses. “You have kids who show up with no water to drink,” CENTENNIAL SUBARU Porter Parker McCoy said. “I was a director at the clubs for seven years, and water is something they always need.” Centennial SUBARU is actively engaged in finding opportunities to help BGCSN. Through the Love Promise® “Share the Meals” program, food trucks are invited to set up in the retailer’s parking lot every second Saturday of the month, where, for a $10 donation to BGCSN, guests are able to enjoy a sumptuous meal. Past delights included such entries as chicken and waffles and tasty grilled cheese sandwiches. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a fantastic organization,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “The after-school programs clubs provide fill a vital need in our communities. While the kids enjoy all the activities the club staff provides, parents can rest assured knowing their sons and daughters are being well taken care of while at the same time making new friends. Centennial SUBARU looks forward to future opportunities where we can “Share the Love” with clubs throughout Southern Nevada.”

Desert Oasis and Liberty High School Students Honored As May Academic Athletes of the Month

Desert Oasis High School (Las Vegas) varsity basketball student Malachi Williams was recently chosen as Academic Athlete of the Month for May. Malachi is actively involved with the Williams Marshall Mentorship Program, where he volunteers to feed the homeless and collect toys for local toy drives. Malachi is also involved in after-school athletic programs with the Fellowship of Christians. He works hard to maintain a high grade point average, while participating in his high school basketball program. “Malachi is hard working and dedicated,” Desert Oasis High School Head Basketball Coach Jeff Haddock said. “His perseverance and being on time and accountability is what we ask for in an athlete. Malachi is passionate and a team player. He’s one of our hardest working athletes. He always wants to be on the court and be a part of the team.” Liberty High School (Henderson) student Justine Dunaway was also chosen as Academic Athlete of the Month for May. Justine played varsity softball for four years and varsity volleyball throughout high school. She is a team captain who serves her team by being a tutor, leading by example, and helping team members with study tips and how they can better manage their time. Justine was recently named offensive player of the year. She received the Las Vegas Sun’s Standout Award - Athlete of the Year. Justine looks forward to continuing her athletic and academic journey at Williams College in Williamstown, MA, in 2024. “On behalf of Centennial SUBARU, we like to congratulate Malachi Williams and Justine Dunaway as May Academic Athletes of the Month,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Both students shine in their academic and athletic skills. It is an honor to recognize and support them with these awards as they pursue their individual career goals.” Centennial SUBARU and KTNV-TV 13 Action News of Las Vegas have partnered to spotlight the hard work and winning attitude of Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students in Southern Nevada by establishing the Academic Athlete of the Month Award.

Centennial SUBARU Honors Centennial Hills Hospital Nurses

Centennial SUBARU recently delivered 270 Chick-fil-A box lunches and vouchers for free car washes to 270 hard working and dedicated nurses at Centennial Hills Hospital in recognition of May National Nurses Month. The American Nurses Association designated May as National Nurses Month in honor of nurses' unwavering commitment to patients, communities and our healthcare systems. “Nursing is such a challenging profession that many times require nurses to put in long and stressful hours caring for their patients,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “This was vividly brought home when we all saw the tired faces of nurses dealing with the stress and pressure of caring for COVID patients. Many times because their patients were in isolation, it was only a nurse holding their hand trying to encourage them to hold on and fight to live. And sadly, many times before one of these patients died, the last face they saw was a nurse holding their hand and hovering over their bed.” “We are so grateful and honored to be able to recognize our nurses at Centennial Hills Hospital this May,” Walters added. “We hope they enjoy the lunches, and we look forward to meeting each and everyone of them when they drop by to have their vehicles washed.”

Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of a Sticky Iggy’s food truck. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy the very best Chicken and Waffles the Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $650 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is please that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Three Square Food Bank Recognizes Centennial SUBARU For Financial Support

Las Vegas Centennial SUBARU employees recently had the pleasure of attending Three Square Food Bank’s Bag Childhood Hunger Fundraising event, graciously underwritten by the Bennett Family Foundation. The campaign was created by Three Square, 4190 N. Pecos Road, Las Vegas, NV 89115 to feed hungry children in Southern Nevada. As an invited guest, Centennial SUBARU was recognized for its corporate donation of $34,859 to Three Square at the retailer’s recent Grand Opening. The donation was made possible through SUBARU’s Love Promise® national campaign called the Subaru Share the Love® Event, where for every customer who purchased a vehicle, Centennial SUBARU made a $500 donation in their name to Three Square. SUBARU of America also donated to the charity. Guests enjoyed a fun evening May 6, 2023, of exquisite fashion and world-class cuisine, all in support of Three Square’s goal of ending childhood hunger. Since opening in 2007, Three Square has provided more than 528 million pounds of food to hundreds of thousands of people in need. Ongoing donations to Three Square’s Childhood Nutrition Programs can be made at bagchildhunger.org or by calling 702-644-3663, ext. 334.

Save Red Rock Organization Team Up For Earth Day Educational Event, Desert Clean up

Centennial SUBARU Love Promise® Employee Volunteers joined the Save Red Rock organization at Blue Diamond Village, NV, for an Earth Day social and educational event Saturday, April 22, 2023, to promote water conservation and learning ways to maintain and protect the environment. SUBARU LAX Zone Training Manager Lance Williams was available to demonstrate and explain the features of SUBARU’s Solterra EV that was on display. Additionally, in recognition of Save Red Rock’s dedication to preserving and protecting the Red Rock Recreational Area, Centennial SUBARU presented the organization with a $2,500 donation. Love Promise Employee Volunteers followed up on Sunday, April 23, 2023, by participating in a Lovell Canyon trash cleanup. “We are endlessly appreciative of the team at Centennial SUBARU for their love of the Earth and their support of Save Red Rock,” the organization’s President Heather Fisher said. “Their $2,500 Earth Weekend donation goes a long way for our nonprofit volunteer organization to educate and execute existing and future conservation projects.” Save Red Rock is a 501c3 organization with a mission to preserve, protect, and enhance the natural, cultural, recreational, and scenic resources in and around the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area to ensure natural resource sustainability and promote responsible recreational enjoyment for all user groups now and for future generations. “Save Red Rock is doing an amazing job in educating the public on the importance of maintaining and protecting Red Rock,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “What they are doing is just a natural fit for our Love Promise Subaru Loves the Earth® campaign.”

Centennial SUBARU Rock Their Socks In Support Of Ronald McDonald House’s 5K Run, 1M Walk

Centennial SUBARU proudly signed up 25 employees for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas’ 19th Annual Runnin’ for the House 5K Run and 1M Fund Walk at Floyd Lamb State Park on April 15, 2023. Additionally, as a Gold Sponsor Centennial SUBARU donated $5,000 to the charity and hosted a Pet Lounge where tennis balls, dog pet-waste bags, pet snacks and Frisbees were passed out to local pet owners. In partnership with A Path 4 Paws, a nonprofit volunteer-based organization that rescues all breeds of dogs, Centennial SUBARU co-sponsored a “dog rest area” at the event where the nonprofit set up a booth to pass out dog treats, educational materials and information on how to adopt a pet. “Runnin’ for the House exemplifies perfectly what our Love Promise commitment to the Southern Nevada community stands for,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “We will continue to support the Ronald McDonald House, both with financial sponsorships and employee volunteer opportunities, for many years to come. I want to congratulate Ronald McDonald House Charities for hosting another successful and fun event, and to recognize and congratulate all Centennial SUBARU employees who participated in either the run or walk or volunteering to help out.” RMHC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation. For more than 47 years, RMHC has ensured that families everywhere have access to the care and resources they need, especially when they have a sick child. The run/walk is one of RMHC’s largest events of the year to benefit families with hospitalized children. All proceeds from the event support families by providing housing, meals and transportation to and from the hospitals, so families can stay together during an important and critical time in their lives.

April Academic Athlete of the Month

Loegan Alia, a four-year varsity soccer letterman and two-year captain from Shadow Ridge High School, was recently selected as Centennial SUBARU’s Academic Athlete of the Month for April 2023. Loegan made the 5A All Desert League Team and All 5A Regional Team, as well as being given the leadership award voted on by her teammates. She was second in assists and fourth in goal scoring this season. “Besides being an outstanding athlete, Loegan carries a 5.131 GPA and is ranked No. 5 out of 725 students, making her a valedictorian/salutatorian candidate,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “I played sports in high school and worked hard to earn a college baseball scholarship, so I know firsthand the level of commitment needed to excel on the field and in the classroom. This is why Centennial SUBARU is proud to recognize and honor both the scholastic and athletic abilities of Southern Nevada students.” Loegan continues to carry a full schedule as president of the Polynesian Club and is a year-round competitive soccer player. She was also this year’s runner-up for homecoming queen. Loegan is currently pursuing opportunities to play college soccer this Fall. Centennial SUBARU and KTNV-TV 13 Action News of Las Vegas partnered to spotlight the hard work and winning attitude of Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students in Southern Nevada by establishing the Academic Athlete of the Month Award.

Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of a Stricheeze food truck. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy The very best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Las Vegas has to offer. Centennial SUBARU raised $800 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is please that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

March Academic Athlete of the Month

Boulder City High School athlete Tyson Irby-Brownson, a two-time state wrestling champion, was recently honored by Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters with the Academic Athlete of the Month Award for both his athletic and educational achievements. Tyson received a $100 gift card and plaque from Centennial SUBARU in recognition. Tyson was nominated by Daphne Brownson, assistant principal at Boulder City High School, who is also his mother. “Not only is Tyson one of the toughest competitors you have ever seen, he is a gentle giant. He wins humbly with grace,” Brownson said. “Every kid who meets him looks up to him and makes an effort to surround themselves by him. Tyson has overcome some difficult challenges in the classroom to keep on top of his academic goals and to be a scholar athlete and an academic state champion…” “I was the small scrawny freshman wrestling varsity kids,” Tyson said. “I didn’t know a lot of technique, but I just knew how to keep grinding. And that’s what really helped. If you keep driving for the end goal, it will come one day. It may not come when you want it to, but it will come when you need it to.” “Wrestling is such a one-on-one competitive sport. It takes a lot of drive and dedication to be on top of your game,” General Manager Ryon Walters, who was on hand to present the plaque, said. “Tyson is a shinning example of what an athlete can achieve and an excellent role model for his peers. Centennial SUBARU is thankful to have this opportunity to recognize both Tyson’s athletic and educational abilities.” Centennial SUBARU and KTNV-TV 13 Action News of Las Vegas have partnered to spotlight the hard work and winning attitude of Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students in Southern Nevada by establishing the Academic Athlete of the Month Award.

Centennial SUBARU Donates $34K to Three Square Food Bank

Las Vegas Centennial SUBARU celebrated its Grand Opening celebration event Saturday, April 1, 2023, with a cooking demonstration by Chef Joe from the Three Square Food Bank, where he prepared an inexpensive and nutritious turkey and white-bean chili meal for some 300 attendees who turned out for the festive Las Vegas themed event. As a special dessert, Centennial SUBARU presented a check for $34,859 to the Southern Nevada-based Three Square Food Bank. The donation was made possible through SUBARU’s Love Promise national campaign called the SUBARU Share the Love Event, where for every customer who purchased a vehicle, Centennial SUBARU made a $500 donation in their name to Three Square. SUBARU of America also donated to the charity. “We really want to be more than just a car retailer,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “My favorite part is Love Promise®, to be part of the community. It’s been quite a journey to get to this point, and we are very excited to finally cut the ribbon and give this wonderful donation to Three Square Food Bank. I’m told this $34,859 will provide 100,000 meals to needy people.” “Here you are on a day that is so important to Centennial SUBARU, and on this day you are giving back to the community and thinking of those who are less fortunate,” Three Square Interim President & CEO Michelle Beck said. “Thank you so much.” Since opening in 2007, Three Square has provided more than 528 million pounds of food to hundreds of thousands of people in need. To donate, or learn more about Three Square Food Bank, please visit: threesquare.org

Girl Scout COOKIE Sale

The Girl Scouts recently dropped by Centennial SUBARU to sell their trademark cookies. Between customers and our employees, the Scouts sold their entire stock. Not a crumb was left. Happy customers. Happy employees. And it was a blast seeing all those cute Girl Scout faces smiling with delight. A pretty yummy event.

Centennial SUBARU Hosts ‘3 Feet for Pete’ Cycling Event

Centennial SUBARU hosted a bicycle ”Think. Ride. Remember” training ride for “3 Feet for Pete,” a Southern Nevada memorial event in honor of Pete Makowski, who was killed in 2013 when he was struck from behind by a gravel truck while on a training ride. His teammates from the Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air cycling team created “3 Feet for Pete” in remembrance of Pete and to support cycling safety. The training ride is a quarterly event, with the next one scheduled for July 1. Some 75 cyclists started at Centennial SUBARU, 6350 Centennial Center Blvd., in the northwest part of the valley and headed north on the 215 Beltway bike path, then turned west on West Charleston Boulevard. After ascending a couple tough hills, the riders turned around on Charleston Boulevard and headed back to the dealership. Two Cat Coffee turned out to serve coffee to the riders. “As a major corporate partner of the “Ride to Remember” in October, Centennial SUBARU contributed $10,000 for the fall ride,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Centennial SUBARU supports any and all efforts to increase road safety in Southern Nevada.” “SUBARU is known for the design and safety features built into its vehicles,” Ryon added. “Centennial SUBARU has numerous employees who are already engaged in competitive and recreational cycling, so the opportunity to partner with Ride to Remember on quarterly events was ideal. Given the location of our store and customer demographics, we hope the community will join us for events that are not only educational, but fun while promoting a healthy lifestyle.” Tony Gebbia, who runs the “3 Feet for Pete” safety campaign, was presented with a $10,000 check from Centennial SUBARU.

Centennial SUBARU: Gold Sponsor at Summerlin Rotary Club Event

Team members from Centennial SUBARU recently attended the Summerlin Rotary Club’s Mardi Gras Gala in honor of Humanitarians of the Year Julie Murray, Elizabeth Blau and Punam Mathur for their tireless commitment feeding our neediest neighbors by raising funds for Three Square, Delivering with Dignity and the Summerlin Rotary’s service to kids and veterans. Centennial SUBARU, with a donation of $2,500, was a proud Gold Sponsor of the Gala. “One in seven Southern Nevadans are hungry,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “That means that more than 300,000 people don’t know where their next meal is coming. By having Centennial SUBARU add its name as a sponsor to this extremely important gala, we hope others will be encouraged to also do so in the future.” Julie and Punam co-founded Three Square with collaboration from Elizabeth. Punam, Elizabeth and Julie co-founded Delivering with Dignity. For about $7, our impoverished neighbors receive a fully prepared three-course meal made fresh by local chefs in the Delivering with Dignity program. Founded at the advent of the COVID-19 Pandemic, DWD has prepared more than 750,000 meals distributed by volunteers

Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of a STRIPCHEZZE FOOD TRUCK. Anyone who donated $10 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy a SPECIALTY CHEEZE SANDWHICH. Centennial SUBARU raised $850 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is pleased that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

First Academic Athlete of the Month Award Goes To Melvin N. Whitehead III of Liberty High School

Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters recently presented Melvin N. Whitehead III, a Liberty High School wrestling and football athlete, with the first Academic Athlete of the Month Award. Whitehead, who has a 3.676 GPA, received a $100 gift card and a plaque from Centennial SUBARU in recognition of his athletic and education achievements. Centennial SUBARU and KTNV-TV 13 Action News of Las Vegas have partnered to spotlight the hard work and winning attitude of Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students by establishing the Academic Athlete of the Month Award. Each month, two local high school students, one male and female, will be recognized for their athletic achievements with a Visa Gift Card or Sports Gift Card valued at $100 and a Centennial SUBARU plaque with their name on it. Coaches, teachers, families, friends or classmates are encouraged to submit CCSD high school students’ names for consideration who they feel have excelled at their game and in some way given back to their community. Whitehead was nominated by his high-school choir teacher who stated: “Melvin has many outstanding qualities, but I am most impressed with his ability to balance his focus on academics and extracurricular activities. He maintains a GPA of 3.676 and is the varsity wrestling team captain… Not only is he a fine musician and singer, but he is an excellent student leader.” Some of Whitehead’s wrestling accomplishments include being named a 5A Nevada State Champion and a first-place winner in the Holiday Classic, Spartan Invitational and the 2023 Chaparral Invitational. Channel 13 Sports Journalist Johnny Resendiz will interview Whitehead and feature him during his sports segment on the third Thursday of the month on 13 Action News from 6 to 7 p.m. “Melvin is an excellent example of the type of students we want to award and feature for our Academic Athlete of the Month Awards,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “His athletic skills are outstanding and his grades are stellar. SUBARU is proud to honor Melvin and Liberty High School for excellence in both the sports field and education.”

SHARE THE MEALS at CENTENNIAL SUBARU

Centennial SUBARU employees recently hosted a Share the Meals at Centennial SUBARU lunch in its parking area for customers, friends, family and employees courtesy of a Hot Dog on a Stick food truck. Anyone who donated $5 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada was able to enjoy a corn dog, cheese sticks, fries, funnel cake sticks or lemonade. Centennial SUBARU raised $700 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. We will be offering food-truck meals every second Saturday of the month to support the Southern Nevada chapter that provides voluntary after-school programs for young people. “The Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a wonderful organization that provides a great experience for our youth,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “Our family at Centennial SUBARU is please that we can provide continuous financial support to our local chapter, ensuring that boys and girls will enjoy fulfilling after-school programs.”

Centennial Subaru presents The Academic Athlete of the Month Award

Love Promise Academic Athlete of the Month Award Centennial SUBARU and KTNV-TV 13 Action News of Las Vegas have partnered to spotlight the hard work and winning attitude of Clark County School District (CCSD) high school students by establishing the “Academic Athlete of the Month Award.” Each month two local high school students, one male and female, will be recognized for their athletic achievements with a Visa Gift Card or Sports Gift Card valued at $100 and a Centennial SUBARU plaque with their name on it. Coaches, teachers, families, friends or classmates are encouraged to submit CCSD high school students’ names for consideration who they feel have excelled at their game and in some way given back to their community. Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters, a high school athlete and college baseball player, will present the students with plaques on the news, and Channel 13 Sports Journalist Johnny Resendiz will interview the winners and feature them during his sports segment on the third Thursday of the month on 13 Action News from 6 to 7 p.m. “The Academic Athlete of the Month Award is an excellent way for us to align Centennial SUBARU’s Love Promise core beliefs with the community, schools, educators and families living in Southern Nevada,” Walters said. “We are pleased to have KTNV-TV partner with us on this very important initiative to both recognize and honor the athletic achievements of our outstanding high school students.”

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada Meet and Greet with Centennial Subaru

Love Promise Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada Team members from Centennial SUBARU recently toured The Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada, Donald W. Reynolds Club, located at 2980 Robindale Road, Henderson, NV, and quickly identified several opportunities our Love Promise program could support the development of youth at this facility. The Boys & Girls Clubs fill the gap between school and home. Clubs provide welcoming, positive environments where kids and teenagers have fun, participate in life-changing programs and build supportive relationships with peers and caring adults. SUBARU Loves Learning fits perfectly with the Club’s Education Program, designed to complement and reinforce what youth learn during the school day. SUBARU’s goal to make the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible will help the Club create experiences that invite kids to fall in love with learning. SUBARU Loves to Care will augment the Club’s Health and Wellness programs that develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors, nurture well-being, set personal goals and grow into self-sufficient adults. “We identified several other opportunities Centennial SUBARU volunteers can help at this Boys & Girls Club in such areas as athletics, arts and music, computer labs, youth character development and in occasional advisory capacities,” General Manager Ryon Walters said. “We are excited for this opportunity to work with the Boys & Girls Clubs through our SUBARU Love Promise initiative.”

Centennial Subaru partners with Three Square Food Bank

“Three Square Food Bank is doing a fantastic job feeding the underserved and homeless individuals and families throughout Southern Nevada,” Ascent Automotive Group Chief Operating Officer Lee Butler said. “It is our privilege to partner with ThreeSquare for The Share the Love Event and throughout the year. Our team at Centennial Subaru donated their time to the food bank to help facility the distribution of food to the community. “We urge the public to come forward and donate whatever they can to feed the hungry in our communities and hopefully make needy individuals’ and families’ daily living conditions a little easier this winter.”

Toy Drive at Centennial Subaru

Centennial SUBRAU conducted a toy drive to benefit the Southern Nevada non-profit organization Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT). Families for Effective Autism provides information on therapies, support services and resources for those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The organization is designed to help families with children who received the diagnosis of ASD, including Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), or Asperger’s Syndrome. Centennial Subaru collected toys for individuals on the autism spectrum, ages 5 to 22 and donated $500.00 for additional toys.

Centennial Subaru meets their new neighbors

Centennial SUBARU recently donated $1,000 to Dean Lamar Allen Elementary School in appreciation to being welcomed to the Northwest community by 4th and 5th grade students who presented their new neighbor with handmade Christmas tree ornaments. “We will place these beautiful ornaments on our tree when we open later this month,” Centennial SUBARU General Manager Ryon Walters said. “This is such a wonderful community, and one of the main reasons Centennial SUBARU decided to move here. Our team at Centennial SUBARU is excited to open soon and meet more of our neighboring Las Vegas residents.”

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