Suba Bleu is helping Mark Miller Subaru do good work in the community

The PLACE co-host Suba Bleu Miller is one busy dog!  He's also Mark Miller Subaru's Love Promise Ambassador, helping them do good work in the community.

Mark Miller Subaru's Do Good Feel Good program is in its 12th year of raising money for charitable organizations in Utah.  It's part of the Subaru Love Promise Program.  The Love Promise is simply that - it's a promise.  It's Mark Miller's promise to do what's right for the community.

The Do Good Feel Good event runs the entire month of May, during that time, every time a customer purchases a new or used vehicle at either Mark Miller Subaru Midtown or South Towne location, $75 is donated to one of six local charities.

One of those is Recycle Utah.  Recycle Utah has a mission to empower people to lead sustainable lives through recycling services, environmental education and outreach programs for community members of all ages.

Recycle Utah processes 3.5 million pounds of recyclable material a year (that's enough to fill a football field six feet deep every year).  And, they deliver environmental education to 5,000 Summit and Wasatch County students a year through classroom visits, field trips and summer camps.

Recycle Utah will be at Mark Miller Subaru Midtown on  Friday, May 3 from 3pm-7pm, so if you'd like to learn even more about Recycle Utah, and especially if you're in the market for a new vehicle, be sure to stop by!

You can also get involved directly with Recycle Utah by joining in on their Park City Earth Day Clean Up on Saturday, May 4.  You can find more details on their Facebook page.

Be sure to follow Suba Bleu Miller on social media, because throughout the month, Suba Bleu will be doing random acts of kindness, and is also going to be giving out clues to keys that are hidden throughout the city for a lucky winner to get a 3-year lease on a 2019 Subaru Forester!

You can find more information at: markmillersubaru.com.

 

 

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