Nate Wade Subaru is Sharing the Love with the National Ability Center

Share the Love with NAC

 

Nate Wade Subaru is proud to be participating in the Subaru Share the Love event. We’re partnering with National Ability Center, a group that’s dedicated to empowering individuals of all abilities. They offer a variety of sport, educational, and recreation programs that are designed to be accommodating people who are differently-abled, and they make use of specially-designed equipment to let everyone join in, no matter their ability. NAC is focused on developing self-esteem and lifetime skills in individuals of all abilities; indeed, NAC has helped athletes take part in the Paralympic games. This is a great way to support individuals and families here in Utah, so if you’ve been thinking of purchasing or leasing a new Subaru, this is your chance to do so while also doing good in our community.

Click here to Discover the National Ability Center.

At Nate Wade Subaru, we’re proud to be more than just a place to find great deals, but also a great place to do business. And now, we’re also proud to take part in the Subaru Share the Love event. What is this event? When you purchase or lease a new Subaru from our extensive selection of new Subaru vehicles before January 2, we’ll donate $250 to a charity that benefits our local community. Of course, we’re also a great place to go for all your other Subaru needs–from our state-of-the-art service center to our parts store that we stock with genuine Subaru parts, chemicals, and accessories, you’ll find everything you need here at Nate Wade Subaru. If you’d like to schedule a test drive with us, give us a call at (888) 586-8323; then, come by Nate Wade Subaru, serving Sandy and Bountiful. We’re located at 1207 South Main, Salt Lake City, UT 84111. We hope to see you soon!

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