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Burke Motor Group Showcases Commitment to Education with Donation to LCMR Schools

Science teachers from Richard M. Teitelman Middle School and LCMR High School.

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In an effort to make a positive impact on education in our local community, Burke Motor Group supported the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) by donating award-winning science books to Lower Cape May Regional (LCMR) School District as part of a larger Subaru of America, Inc. (SOA) initiative called Subaru Loves Learning.

Francey Burke, program coordinator for the Subaru Loves Learning program, and team members from Burke Motor Group supported teachers and students at LCMR School District by partnering with AAAS by delivering about 200 science books to LCMR schools on Sept. 26. All books included custom labels and bookmarks with a personal note, written by Burke Motor Group customers.
“Our teachers really appreciated the extra resources that Subaru and Burke Motor Group have provided. Teachers were using them the day after they got them,” says Peter Daly, LCMR High School Assistant Principal and liaison for the Subaru Loves Learning program.
The Subaru Loves Learning initiative reflects SOA’s corporate goals to improve the education and the lives of those in local communities nationwide. Both SOA and local retailers across the country have shown their commitment to education in a variety of ways – all part of the larger Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment effort dedicated to making a positive impact on the world.

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