PRLog - Oct. 31, 2011 - DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -- The Thompson Organization is proud to support the Bucks County SPCA with Thompson Toyota’s Wags n’ Wheels event on Saturday, November 12th from 9am – 5pm. 100% of dollars raised will go to the BCSPCA's Centennial Campaign, which funds a new shelter in Richland Township and county-wide animal welfare program development.
Unleash the fun!
Throughout the day on November 12th, attendees can take part in a variety of activities that will benefit the Bucks County SPCA. Thompson Toyota is offering a 27-Point Service Check for a $9.95 donation.
All makes and models are welcome. Service includes a comprehensive diagnostic check-up on 27 vital areas of your vehicle, consultation with a Service Advisor, a detailed inspection form within 30 minutes and 20% off any service performed that day. Please note that this Service Check is by appointment only.
Thompson Toyota and Bucks County SPCA volunteers will be on-hand to wash cars for a $5 donation and $1 (hot) dogs will be sold. There will also be a meet and greet from noon until 2 pm with “Certified pre-owned pets” who are available for adoption through the BCSPCA.
In addition, Thompson Toyota will be donating $25 for every new and pre-owned vehicle sold during the entire month of November. Thompson’s goal is to raise $10,000.
To schedule your Service Check, call Thompson Toyota at 215-345-9460 or visit http://www.thompsontoyota.net. For more information about the Bucks County SPCA, visit http://www.bcspca.org. Thompson Toyota is located at 122 W. Swamp Road (Routes 313 and 611) in Doylestown.
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About The Thompson Organization:
In business in Doylestown since 1969, The Thompson Organization includes Thompson Toyota, Scion, Lexus, and BMW, Thompson Detail Center, Thompson Used Car & Truck Center and Thompson Rent A Car, all located at Routes 313 and 611 in Doylestown; Audi Warrington, Porsche of Bucks County and Thompson Volkswagen, located on Route 611 in Warrington; and the Thompson Collision Center located on Route 611 in Plumsteadville.