23rd Annual Sheehy 8000 Sales Race
Supporting the health and well-being of our community members and those across the nation is important to Sheehy. For the 23rd year in a row, Sheehy Auto Stores will be hosting its Sheehy 8000 Sales Race. However, this isn’t just any sales event. Partnering with the American Heart Association, we will be raising awareness about heart health and collecting donations to support the American Heart Association during the Sheehy 8000 Sales Race. Continue reading to learn more.
Information About the Sheehy 8000 Sales Race
The Sheehy 8000 Sales Race is a race among all 29 Sheehy dealerships to reach 8,000 vehicles sold within 50 days. As mentioned above, Sheehy stores will be raising awareness about the American Heart Association and collecting funds for the organization. The 23rd Annual Sheehy 8000 Sales Race has started on July 17 and will last until September 8.
During the 22nd Annual Sheehy 8000 Sales Race last year, the event has raised $300,000 for the American Heart Association. Over the years of hosting these events, Sheehy has raised over $40 million dollars for the community and local non-profit organizations as well as over $1.6 million for the American Heart Association.
Of course, this wouldn’t have been possible without the incredible contributions given by members of our wonderful communities. We thank you for this continued support! If you are interested in donating or would like to learn more about the Sheehy 8000 Sales Race, see how Sheehy has heart here.
What is the American Heart Association?
The American Heart Association (AHA) is a non-profit formed to aid in the fight against heart disease and stroke. The AHA helps people diagnosed with cardiovascular diseases understand and manage their conditions to live healthier lives. It also funds scientific research on cardiovascular diseases, educates the public on various heart conditions, and hosts various events to spread awareness such as Go Red for Women luncheons and Heart Walks. Anyone interested in learning more about the American Heart Association are encouraged to visit its website at www.heart.org.