The Thompson dealerships, in conjunction with Pine2Pink, have become pink for breast cancer awareness month.
Members of the community are invited to sign the pink panels located on the front entrance of the Thompson Toyota dealership in Doylestown during an event at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10. The panels will serve as a visual celebration of survivors, encouragement to those in recovery and memorialize loved ones lost.
“One of the most powerful aspects of Pine2Pink is the way the program inspires our sponsors to be creative and engage in a way that best serves the community while leveraging their own resources, talents and skills,” said Pine2Pink Founder Keith Fenimore.
“This is epitomized in the case of the Thompson Organization who totally transformed their entire campus of dealerships pink. They are now leveraging the attention they are getting to advance Pine2Pink’s mission and drive donations, which at its core is what Pine2Pink is all about.
Fenimore, along with Dr. Donna Angotti, medical director, Breast Cancer Program at Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute, and local teacher Sandy Roberts will speak at the event. Survivor Marianne Fenimore, Keith’s mother, will be the first to sign.
Thompson Toyota is located at 122 W. Swamp Road, easily accessible from the Route 611 bypass. In support of the cause, the Thompson dealerships will donate $20 for every wheel alignment performed in October. For information on the efforts of Pine2Pink, or to donate, visit pine2pink.org.