Jamaicans Driving Support Against Paediatric Cancer
Drivers islandwide have rallied behind the Hyundai Jamaica ‘Your Miles Matter’ campaign, recording over 564 miles of the 900 mile target, since the campaign launched on Saturday, November 11.
The test drives have racked up donations for the purchase of a Grand i10 for Angels of Love Jamaica, a charity that provides support and assistance to children diagnosed with pediatric cancer, as well as those who are critically ill.
For each mile driven during the campaign period, Magna Motors Dealership Ltd. the exclusive Hyundai dealer in Jamaica, will donate $US20 towards the purchase of a new Hyundai Grand i10, valued at US$18,0000, which will be donated to Angels of Love Jamaica in January 2018.
As part of the gift, Magna will include its signature ‘5-2-5’ value added packed which provides 5 Years/100,000km warranty, 2 years/30,000km free service, 5 years free Gold membership roadside assistance through the Jamaica Automobile Association (JAA).
Juan Vargas, Managing Director, Magna Motor Dealership Ltd. expressed his appreciation for the interest galvanized for Angels of Love Jamaica and their work in paediatric cancer. “We are grateful for the support we have been receiving since we launched. Jamaicans love to rally behind a good cause, and we are happy to see that they have embraced the call for support for the charity,” Vargas said. I’m encouraging even more drivers to join the campaign, each test drive counts, and your miles matter,” He said.
In commenting on the campaign’s progress, Philip Liu, Director, Angels of Love Jamaica, noted that the new vehicle will make a huge impact of the operations of the organization. “A safe, comfortable and reliable means of transportation is crucial to work we do. This gift will undoubtedly help us in providing for and transporting our little angels.”
He continued, “The campaign has resulted in an increase in awareness about paediatric cancer, which goes to help our work even further.”
The Hyundai ‘Your Miles Matter’ campaign runs through to December 29, 2017.
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