Leith Nissan is Proud to Sponsor Reelin’ for Research

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This Spring, Leith Nissan is proud to support the Seventh Annual Reelin’ for Research Fishing Tournament. Each May, the tournament is held to honor the memory of Tony Montana, who passed away in 2005 after battling cancer. Though Tony believed he had lived a good life, he always wished that more could be done for children with cancer who were deprived of the same opportunities that he had. In 2008, Tony’s family and friends started Reelin’ for Research to raise money for the UNC Children’s Hospital.

After just six years, the tournament has already raised more than $1 million for cancer research, and Leith Nissan wants to add to that total this year. That’s why we’ll be donating $100 for every car we sell during the month of April. Two of our neighboring stores, Autopark Honda and Leith Volkswagen of Cary, are also sponsoring the tournament in this way. Together, our goal is to raise $80 thousand dollars, and we can’t do it without your help.

It doesn’t matter if the car is new or used, visit our dealership and help us raise money for a worthy cause. Every car we sell is another $100 for the UNC Children’s Hospital. We know there are many of you who would like to help but may not be shopping for a car at this time. You can still help via the donation link we’ve set up on our website. Simply visit this page to contribute.

If you’re a skilled angler and wish to participate in the tournament, you can register to do so on the Reelin’ for Research website, where you’ll also find a full list of sponsorships and a schedule for the events in May.

We can’t say enough how important this is, and we hope to see you at our dealership this April. Leith Nissan strives to give back to the community however we can. If you have any questions, call or visit us today and we’ll be happy to answer them.

Leith Nissan is Proud to Sponsor Reelin’ for Research was last modified: March 31st, 2015 by Leith Nissan


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