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On July 29th 2016, F.O.P. Lodge 161 sponsored the Emergency Services Youth Academy. Every summer the F.O.P. runs this program for middle school students. In our sixth year we were fortunate enough to receive assistance from Liberty Subaru and Sales Manager Dan Cohen. The Emergency Services Youth Academy uses the military training model to help push our middle school students to the limits of their physical and academic abilities. Our program hosts highly motivated students who exhibit leadership abilities beyond their peers. \Our comprehensive classes include Life Skills, Substance Abuse, Bullying and more! As you could imagine, a program such as this comes with a considerable price tag. Our organization fund raises for seven months to give our young people this experience without placing too much of the financial burden on parents. This year Liberty Subaru of Emerson made a generous donation to our May fund raiser. Dan Cohen and the Liberty Subaru family continue to support excellence programs throughout Bergen County. The generosity of this dealership sets the example for businesses nationwide. We sincerely hope to have an ongoing relationship with Liberty Subaru as they lead the way in community support. Thanks for all your help Liberty!! For an informative and entertaining look at our program please visit BPESYA.com Respectfully Submitted, Sgt. Craig C. Lynch Program Director
Jamie, Thank you for inviting us again this year. Everything was wonderful. We at MAGDRL all agreed, you and your company did an outstanding job with the event and everyone was so welcoming. I actually overheard two salesman speaking and they were talking about how well mannered and quiet our Danes were all day. Makes a Mom proud. Thank you again and we look forward to future events. Pat Ali One Happy Hound Canine Training ABC Certified Trainer BOD Fundraising and Grants MAGDRL NJ Asst Chapter Coordinator MAGDRL NJ Adoption Coordinator
Our son Colin was a Subaru enthusiast and worked for Liberty Subaru, Emerson, NJ from the time he was 23 years until his death in March 2013, one month short of his twenty-eighth birthday. Colin had Merkel Cell Carcinoma, a lethal form of skin cancer and was the youngest person to die as a result. Throughout his illness Colin received enormous support from the De Silva family and all his coworkers. A "Rally Against Cancer" event was held by Liberty in May of 2013 to help support the newly established Colin M. Johnston Memorial Foundation for Merkel Cell Carcinoma Research. In June of 2014, Liberty hosted the World Record Subaru Parade of Cars in conjunction with the Guinness Book of Records. In June of 2015, Liberty held a second attempt. Since the inception of the Colin M. Johnston (CMJ) Foundation, Liberty Subaru has raised over fifteen thousand dollars for the foundation. The CMJ Foundation supports the University of Washington in Seattle and the research done by Dr. Paul Nghiem and his staff. 100% of the donations raised go directly to research. We wish to sincerely express our gratitude to the Liberty Subaru Dealership in helping us turn our personal tragedy into one that will help others. We are so grateful for their unending support of the Colin M. Johnston Memorial Foundation for Merkel Cell Carcinoma Research!
Dear Liberty Subaru Team, Thank you for all your efforts in raising $8,000.01 in memory of Colin Johnston towards our Merkel cell carcinoma research efforts at the University of Washington. A separate letter will be sent to Mr. Johnston's family acknowledging your donation. In the lab and in the clinic, we are working hard to determine the best care strategies and find better ways to treat this often lethal form of skin cancer. Your donation will go to the following efforts related to Merkel cell carcinoma: 1) Educating current MCC patients and their physicians about this serious and uncommon disease. 2) Monitoring disease status. 3)Understanding and reversing immune evasion. I can personally assure you that we will make these funds go as far as possible in helping patients afflicted with Merkel cell carcinoma. Sincerely, Paul Nghiem, MD, PhD
Hey Jamie- Looking through the pictures of this weekend- looks like a great time! I am sorry you didn't break the record. Dr. Paul Nghiem and I were just meeting yesterday and I couldn't help but think that while the largest parade of Subarus wasn't broken, the biggest crowd of people thinking about Merkel Cell Carcinoma most likely was, and that itself is a huge success. I just want to thank you again for your support and everything you and the Liberty Subaru family does to raise awareness and support for MCC. The UW and Dr. Nghiem's lab are proud to have you as a partner. Best- Cassidy
I just wanted to say thank you for your generous donation for the 14th Annual 48 hrs of Tri-state Subaru Enthusiasts Charity Drive, "Drive for the Cure." This year with your help we raised $31,551 and counting, for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer. As always the money goes directly a long way in helping fund research and hopefully a cure
(Submitted via Facebook) I took my car in this morning for minor service. As usual the work was quick, courteous and professional. Afterwards, I went to my local diner for breakfast. When I went to pay, I couldn't find my cash and had to pay w/ a credit card. I assumed I left my money in another pair of pants and didn't give it second thought. A few hours later I received a call from Liberty Subaru asking if I lost any money. I relayed my incident at the diner and said that I guess I did. I went back to the dealership, claimed the money and thanked them. There are several items about this incident that are remarkable to me. The first is that someone was honest enough to turn the money over to the service staff. The second is that the dealership took the time to investigate who could have possibly lost the money and called them until they found the owner. In other words, they were proactive in finding the owner and did not simply wait for someone to inquire about lost money. The third is that the amount of money was very modest - not enough to pay for dinner for two at a restaurant - and the lost was not going to matter to most people. What mattered to me was the character of the staff and so I made a donation to a cause dear to their hearts - The Merkel Cell Carcinoma Fund in memory of one of their former staff. I write this anecdote because I want as many people as possible to know what a wonderful crew of people work at the service desk of Liberty Subaru.
WHY MY Subaru "RANGER" LOVES LIBERTY SUBARU: So last night my commander (my owner) smashed my lip into the ice while pulling out of his driveway - the lug - and it not only damaged the outside but broke my fog lamp assembly too! Dope, watch where you're driving in NJ right now - the snow is really tough ice on the side of the roads and sidewalks and will ruin vehicles like me! But he took me to my doctor at Liberty Subaru 10 minutes before the shop closed! The guys were all going home! But Rick, Bob and the team got to work and fixed me right then and there! THAT's what I'm talkin' about! Thanks guys!!!!
Dear Rick & Jamie, Thank you so much for taking 2 hours to speak to our group about hybrids. EVERYONE enjoyed and learned from your presentation! Sincerely and with best wishes, Nancy Ching and fellow members of The First Congressional Church of River Edge
On behalf of Tails of Hope, I am reaching out to say thank you again to Liberty Subaru for their continued and tremendous generosity and for being such wonderful hosts on Saturday at the Love a Pet Howl-o-Ween event! Your staff and customers are just the BEST! We'd also like to say that it was a pleasure seeing and working with all of you who participated. Even the rain didn't keep everyone from smiling! Your presence, knowledge, kindness and support made it a very special day and allowed the many visitors an opportunity to learn and appreciate the many ways pets help make every day better! We sincerely hope many, if not all of the adoptable pets were able to be placed as a result of this event. Also, a big congratulations to Patrick (ARMY Sgt. David Kist's beautiful Rottweiler) on winning the costume contest! He made a truly dashing gladiator! Lastly, if you haven't already, please visit the website below and take a look at some great shots that truly capture some of the special moments of a great day! All the best to you and thank you for all you do!
We were pleased to host our event at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ; Super Bowl one day and the Liberty Subaru World Record attempt the next! It was an unbelievable site to see 3.64 miles of Subaru vehicles parading around the complex. We may not have broken the Guinness World Record, but we certainly set our own record in Parking Lot J! Most importantly, we were not short of Subaru enthusiasm; with Subaru vehicles from 11 different states we raised Awareness for Merkel Cell Carcinoma in honor of Colin Johnston!
We were pleased to host our event at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ; Super Bowl one day and the Liberty Subaru World Record attempt the next! It was an unbelievable site to see 3.64 miles of Subaru vehicles parading around the complex. We may not have broken the Guinness World Record, but we certainly set our own record in Parking Lot J! Most importantly, we were not short of Subaru enthusiasm; with Subaru vehicles from 11 different states we raised $5,500 and awareness for Merkel Cell Carcinoma in honor of Colin Johnston!