Local car dealership shows support for cancer patients

Dahl Subaru visited the Gundersen Cancer Center today to show their support for patients undergoing chemotherapy.

As part of the national "Subaru Loves to Care" campaign, an initiative that aims to support various organizations that are committed to helping communities stay healthy, team members from Dahl Subaru brought blankets, craft kits, and handwritten messages of encouragement from their employees and customers and delivered them to individuals receiving cancer treatment. 

"I think as a community we’re all very connected in different ways," says Dahl Subaru owner Tyler Dahl. "By sharing that struggle with somebody through emotional support and through just a small gesture of handing a blanket over really just helps maintain that community connection with people. So we’re not going through these things alone."

This is the third year of the Subaru Loves To Care campaign. Since 2015, the campaign has donated over 107,000 of these items to those battling the disease at hospitals and cancer treatment centers across the country. 

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