GMC Terrain Giveaway To Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

Atlanta GMC dealership Jim Ellis is working together with 94.9 The Bull and It’s The Journey to raise awareness of breast cancer and help educate the public. And what better way to accomplish getting someone’s attention by offering them a new 2011 GMC Terrain complete with a custom pink wrap?

Jim Ellis has always been active in their local community and this time they’ve teamed up an even more potent mix of cohorts including Jason Pullman of 94-9 The Bull (an Atlanta country music station), and It’s The Journey, Inc., a charitable organization serving Georgia’s breast cancer community by raising money and awareness for education, early detection and support services.

Local dignitaries, Jim Ellis managers, Buick GMC representatives and Caffeinated Radio’s Jason Pullman will launch the “journey” at Jim Ellis Buick GMC in Atlanta where they will have a ribbon cutting on Thursday, April 14, 2011 and unveil the “Drive 2 Survive” vehicle.  It’s The Journey will then start selling raffle tickets at events throughout the year for five dollars or you can “Do the 2” and get five raffle tickets for twenty dollars.

The pink 2011 GMC Terrain will be on hand for country concerts with 94-9 The Bull, Jim Ellis Buick GMC promotions, training events for It’s The Journey, Inc. and of course, the 2011 Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer on September 24 and 25, 2011 in Atlanta. And never has there been a time in history where the ladies selling Avon been more jealous at a vehicle than they have today. This is truly as pink as it gets.

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