At Schulte Subaru of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, kindness isn’t just a word. It’s a way of doing business.
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN DRIVE MAGAZINE | WINTER 2020
Schulte Subaru was founded in 1970 by Terry Schulte and continues as a vital part of the Sioux Falls community today through the leadership and passion of his son Mike Schulte. Their philosophy is simple: If you treat people right, the business will take care of itself.
he National Park Foundation depends on corporate partners to enhance and expand the efforts of the National Park Service to protect our parks, improve the visitor experience, pursue new programs, and engage younger generations. For more than a hundred years, America’s national parks have grown and thrived, thanks to the continued commitment and generosity of the business community.
In order to bolster resources for LGBTQ youth, the Pride program recently partnered with Subaru of America’s LGBTQ employee resource group Out+Ally, which has supported the organization in past initiatives. In addition to donating $7,000 in laptops to the Pride program so youth can ultimately keep going to work and school as well as communicate with their case managers, Out+Ally committed to working with the Pride Task Force, a group of young queer and trans alumni of the Pride program who push for LGBTQ youth housing and basic rights.
Subaru is not only one of Feeding America’s top supporters, but also a relatively new partner.
A few months ago, Subaru generously donated 50 million meals to Feeding America through a campaign that supported 199 food banks across the country. More recently, Subaru helped donate 100 million additional meals.
The company generously took the first step in sharing their recent donations on social media.
Automaker to Bring Zero Landfill Practices to Subaru Park to Make History as a Leader in Environmental Sustainability
CHESTER, Pen., April 22, 2021 /3BL Media/-- Subaru of America, Inc., in partnership with the Philadelphia Union, today announced that the automaker will bring its established zero landfill knowledge to Subaru Park, home of the Union, making it the first zero landfill stadium in MLS.
WASHINGTON – A new year is an opportunity to think about what impact you want to make in the months to come. For the National Park Foundation, National Park Week presents another meaningful moment to reflect on what we make possible for the national parks community and what more we hope to do for parks and people.
As such, in honor of National Park Week 2021, the National Park Foundation is celebrating our successes and sharing our goals in support of national parks.
Partnership Focuses on Recycling Hard-to-Recycle Items
CAMDEN, N.J., April 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ -- Subaru of America, Inc. today announced that it will renew its commitment to help divert hard-to-recycle waste from landfills and incinerators through the automaker's environmentally-focused philanthropic platform, Subaru Loves the Earth, by continuing its ongoing partnership with international recycling leader TerraCycle®.
Extended Agreement Adds Subaru Motorsports USA Partnership with Woodward
PARK CITY, Utah, February 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ – POWDR and Subaru of America, Inc. announced today an extension of a longstanding partnership to provide POWDR mountain resort guests and Subaru owners with unforgettable adventures. The partnership expansion also makes Subaru Motorsports USA the official partner of Woodward.