Muskoka dealership helping area hospitals
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Jason Armstrong’s Drive Muskoka dealerships are participating in their annual month-long event this August to support Parry Sound-Muskoka hospitals.

Jason Armstrong’s Drive Muskoka dealerships (Armstrong Dodge, Huntsville Honda and Hyundai of Muskoka) are participating in their annual month-long event this August to support Parry Sound-Muskoka hospitals.

This is Armstrong’s 6th Annual Drive for Your Hospital Tent Event. For every new or used vehicle delivered this month, the dealership(s) will donate $100 to the local Muskoka hospital of the buyer’s choice.

“Muskoka Parry Sound has always supported our businesses, so we want to show our thanks by supporting our local hospitals, charities, social initiatives and more. Giving back to the community is ingrained in our team. Our hospitals provide care to our family and friends. And now more than ever, it’s vital that we give them back the support they need,” said Armstrong

When customers get behind the wheel of a new or used vehicle this month at any of the dealerships, they also get behind local hospitals in Huntsville (Huntsville Hospital Foundation), Bracebridge (South Muskoka Hospital Foundation) and Parry Sound (West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation).

“Armstrong dealerships in Huntsville have long been supportive of the Huntsville Hospital," said Katherine Craine, Executive Director, Huntsville Hospital Foundation. "In fact, they have been a leader in supporting Huntsville Hospital with many initiatives, including our Business Cares Program, sponsoring and hosting special events, and holding creative initiatives like their ‘Drive for Your Hospital Tent Event.’ Jason Armstrong and his staff have deep support for our hospital. They have walked the talk. When customers support Armstrong dealerships, they help strengthen this community. Having local businesses supporting their local hospital sends a very strong message to the community – that they care about the hospital, its patients, staff and volunteers.”

This release was issued by Drive Muskoka.

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