Auto Advantage continues to Build for a Cure

Auto Advantage continues to Build for a Cure

Auto Advantage has joined forces with Mitsubishi Motors for a second year to support the ‘Build for a Cure’ initiative for the Children’s Cancer Institute.

In 2016, Auto Advantage and Mitsubishi donated a brand-new Mitsubishi Mirage as the major raffle prize as part of the initiative. Following the success of the 2016 initiative, Auto Advantage and Mitsubishi Motors have continued their support by donating another car.

The Build for a cure initiative was created by Children’s Institute, McDonald Jones Homes and Walker Corporation to mark International Childhood Cancer Awareness month each year. The initiative sees a house built in just 28 days and a major raffle sold to raise funds needed for research. The Auto Advantage team were thrilled to take part in this fund raising mission through their donation of a second Mitsubishi Mirage.

Keen to donate to a wonderful cause, Gary Gerstle from Sydney purchased four raffle tickets upon hearing about the project. Much to Gary’s surprise, his number was drawn and he became the proud owner of a new Mitsubishi Mirage. Gary and his son, Will, picked up their brand new car this month. “It’s a great little machine and a fantastic prize to win” Gary said.

Mr. Gerstle is a long-time supporter of organisations fighting cancer in the community and was keen to give back through the Build for a Cure. “It’s a very worthwhile investment to provide funds that might change the future of others. It’s such a wonderful and important cause. They should be so proud of what they are dong for others in need”, Mr. Gerstle said.

Auto Advantage is proud to continue its support of the initiative and help those suffering from the effects of cancer. The team at Auto Advantage would like to congratulate Mr. Gerstle on his win and thank him for his continued support of the cause.

2017-12-05T12:49:10+00:00 December 5th, 2017|