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ROMAIN SUBARU PARTICIPATES IN 2015 SHARE THE LOVE EVENT AND

SELECTS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF EVANSVILLE AS “HOMETOWN CHARITY”

(Evansville, IN November 30, 2015) – Romain Subaru announced its participation in the 2015 Share the Love program and selected the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville as their “hometown charity” to be added to the list of organizations that customers can select to receive a 2015 Subaru Share the Love donation.
Share the Love will run from November 19, 2015 to January 2, 2016 and allows Subaru retailers the opportunity to select charities operating in their community to be included in a list of organizations that new owners can select from to receive a $250 donation from Subaru of America (SOA). This year, Subaru hopes to donate up to $15 million.
In the last seven years of this program, SOA has donated $50 million to a variety of national and local charities through the Share the Love campaign. The eighth-annual Share the Love program will deliver donations to the following four national charities:

  • ASPCA®
  • Make-A-Wish®
  • Meals On Wheels America®
  • National Park Foundation

In addition to the national charities that are participating, Boys & Girls Club of Evansville will be gifted a donation check with money raised from new Subaru owners at the end of the program.
“Subaru of America, Inc. and our local retailers have always been passionate about giving back and making the world a better place- not because it’s good for business, but because it’s the right thing to do,” said Thomas J. Doll, president and chief operating officer, Subaru of America, Inc. “In the eighth year of the ‘Share the Love’ program, we are thrilled to once again be supporting tremendous charities that our customers believe in.”
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Boys & Girls Club of Evansville Mission: To enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

 

 

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Contact: Shanna Scheessele

sscheessele@bgclubevv.org

Mattingly Charities Announce Event Director for “An Intimate Evening with Friends”

Mattingly Charities

Presented by United Companies

December 3, 2015 at USI Theatre with Special Guests Albert Pujols and Toby Keith

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Evansville, IN – Mattingly Charities, a non-profit organization, today announced Evansville’s Pete Paradossi has been named Mattingly Charities Event Director for the “An Intimate Evening with Friends presented by United Companies” fundraising event being held Thursday, December 3rd, at the USI Theatre, within the University of Indiana’s Performance Center, Evansville, Indiana.

“We are excited Pete has joined our Mattingly Charities team in Evansville.” said Don Mattingly.  “Pete is a successful business leader, who also shares our passion and commitment to serve the underprivileged youth of Evansville.”

The event, hosted by Don and Lori Mattingly, will include a cocktail reception, a silent auction, a question/answer session with Don Mattingly and baseball superstar, Albert Pujols. It will conclude with musical entertainment featuring country music singer, songwriter icon, Toby Keith.

Founded by former New York Yankees captain and current Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly, Mattingly Charities was created to serve under-privileged youth by supporting programs throughout the country that promote baseball and softball participation.

Mattingly Charities is also proud to announce Evansville’s United Companies has stepped up to become the presenting sponsor of the December 3rd fundraising event.

“United Companies is excited to team up with Don Mattingly and Mattingly Charities to support their fundraising efforts to launch Mattingly RBI next baseball season.” said Ron Romain, CEO and President. “Reviving Baseball In Inner Cities (RBI) is a Major League Baseball sponsored program designed to promote and provide disadvantaged youth the opportunity to experience baseball and softball. We are proud to be part of Don and Lori Mattingly’s efforts to bring such a great program to Evansville.”

Other notable corporate sponsors who have committed to-date include: Skanska USA, University of Southern Indiana, CD Corporate Design, Brinker’s Jewelers, Franklin Street Dentistry, Kanpai Sushi & Asian Bistro, CKB Commonwealth Kitchen & Bar and Pistons Bar and Grill.

For more information on how to purchase event tickets or donate online please visit www.MattinglyCharities.org.  To inquire about sponsorship opportunities please contact Ray Schulte.

About Mattingly Charities and Mattingly RBI

Mattingly Charities, a non-profit organization, was created to serve underprivileged youth by supporting programs which promote baseball and softball participation in conjunction with other developmentally related activities.

In conjunction with MLB’s RBI program, Mattingly Charities will establish Mattingly RBI Evansville and will provide funding, services and equipment for baseball, softball, and ultimately other sports, and related youth development activities, for the benefit of underprivileged youth, youth leagues, and social welfare and related organizations. 100% of the efforts of the organization will be focused on these activities to inspire youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams. Funding will be generated year round through various activities including special events and direct solicitation of the general public.

Media Contact:
Ray Schulte
Ray@SchulteSports.com
(410) 350-6226 (cell)
www.SchulteSports.com