Soerens Ford to Team with Safe Babies Healthy Families this Weekend!

May 15, 2014

Soerens Ford of Brookfield will be celebrating
97 years of business this weekend. While their official anniversary is not until Monday, May 19th, they are ready to get the party started! , On Thursday May 15,the fun begins! And continues through the weekend! They will be hosting a tent sale.

Customers who purchase a new or used vehicle during the Tent Sale will enjoy
fun, food, prizes and the great feeling that comes with contributing to a
worthy cause. For every vehicle purchased during these three days, Soerens will
donate $97 towards the purchase of a child car seat in partnership with Safe
Babies Healthy Families of Waukesha County.

Safe Babies Healthy Families teams with new parents to provide vital education, support and resources necessary to create a healthy, safe and vibrant early-learning environment for their children. By providing hands-on support and step-by-step instruction, Safe Babies Healthy Families staff is able to teach parents how they can be a positive influence and help their children to reach their full potential.

What a great win-win for you and the kids!
Bring your family and friends this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday to The Home
of the Nice Guys! Celebrate 97 years of Soerens Ford! Soerens Ford is located at 189th and Capitol in Brookfield.

Safe Babies Healthy Families is a 501(c(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the well-being and safety of innocent babies and children in our community and driven by its belief that EVERY child deserves a chance to live a life free from abuse, neglect and poverty. Visit www.safebabieshealthyfamilies.org to learn about ways to get involved.

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