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1968 Chrysler Donated to American Cancer Society

Just in time for Cancer Awareness Month comes the tale of a very special cancer car donation: a 1968 Chrysler Newport! This antique beauty continues to make the world a better place as a donation to the American Cancer Society. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but you can turn an old car

Relay for Life Team Cars for a Cure Campsite

Relay for Life: Community and Team Building for a Worthy Cause

Earlier this month Advanced Remarketing Services participated in the Aquidneck Island Relay for Life here in Middletown, Rhode Island. (Middletown, RI) Our team Cars for a Cure not only had a great time but helped raise money for a very worthy cause. Each team sets up a themed campsite where visitors can come and meet

2009 Mini Cooper S for the American Cancer Society.

In November 2016 we had a car donation to the American Cancer Society from a generous donor from Oklahoma. They had donated their 2009 Mini Cooper S 2 door to help support their favorite charity.

Porsche Boxster for American Cancer Society

A 1999 Porsche Boxster with only 23,553 miles was just donated to the American Cancer Society by John and Ann in California. They purchased the Porsche in 1999, they were the original owners, and it was garaged for most of that time. When asked why they chose the American Cancer Society, John responded, “My Wife

Driven By Hope

There are 14.4 million cancer survivors in the United States1.  That’s a BIG number!  But, some may ask, “How many people died of cancer?”  Well, as one vehicle donor recently told me, “you can focus on the gloom, or the hope” and we’re focusing on the HOPE.  After all, it’s why we’re in the business

Massachusetts Woman Donates Car to American Cancer Society

A Massachusetts woman recently donated her car to the American Cancer Society in honor of cancer patients everywhere.    A survivor herself, Joanne remembers her personal fight to battle lung cancer.  It started in 2011 with an accidental discovery and unexpected diagnosis, followed by surgery to remove a malignant tumor.   Although it was a difficult recovery