Gateway Subaru & Community Events




 
OUR FIRST EVER WALK FOR HEALTH
Benefiting Women Supporting Women
For the first time ever Gateway Subaru held their Walk for Health benefiting a health organization or group. This year they partnered with the local breast cancer support group, Women Supporting Women. Staff from every department helped raise breast cancer awareness and funds for local patients battling the tough disease. The walk was concluded with a candle vigil in remembrance of all those lost to cancer.
     




2016 ANNUAL SPRING CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY
 Guest appearances from Sarah of WBOC 102.5, Rommel Harley Davidson of Seaford, DE, Abbott's Mill Nature Center, Outdoors Delmarva, and WBOC Channel 16 Chopper!! 
    

Share the Love Check Presentation to the Humane Society of Wicomico County
 Gateway Subaru was able to present a $12,139 check to the Humane Society of Wicomico County for the 2015 Subaru Share the Love Event thanks to the generosity of our customers and support of Subaru of America. The Humane Society will be able to use this money to provide a relief to local animals in need through education and direct intervention and make a difference in their lives.
 

Gateway Subaru Donates to Local Students for New York Auto Show Competition
Gateway Subaru donates $500 to help Parkside CTE Automotive Technology students Cory Lewis and Eddie Merritt travel to compete in the New York International Auto Show. This senior team from Parkside problem-solved on a Subaru during the Auto Show in NYC, in competition with more than 40 teams from schools around the country and placed 11th in the entire competition! 
 

Gateway Subaru Proves that Subaru Loves Learning
In partnership with the American Association for the Advancement of Science Gateway Subaru was able to donate over four different classroom sets recognized by AAAS as some of the best science books in their field to the Wicomico High Advancement Science Program at Wicomico High School.
 

Gateway Subaru teams up with Barrels By the Bay
With the support of Gateway Subaru Barrels By the Bay was able to distribute over 48 barrels to 42 teachers through out Wicomico County Schools. With the artistic help of Wicomico County students these barrels will be distributed through out the community and schools to collect rain water in an attempt to battle storm water flooding and runoff. Barrels By the Bay founder, Megan Rosenberger's goal is to contribute to a cleaner and more sustainable Chesapeake Bay as well as teach our youth the importance of water conservation and inspire them to preserve our world's water resources.
 
  


Gateway Subaru Proves That Subaru Loves Pets at the 
 

 Salisbury Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Gateway Subaru