The full-service mobile solution for automotive repair and maintenance, RepairSmith by AutoNation, helped kick off AutoNation’s annual Drive Pink (DRV PNK) Across America Day by delivering comfort items to Los Angeles area cancer patients.
Each year, AutoNation Associates from coast-to-coast rally together on Drive Pink (DRV PNK) Across America Day to participate in charitable initiatives that help drive cancer awareness and support the fight against the disease. This year, AutoNation’s recently acquired full-service mobile solution for automotive repair and maintenance, RepairSmith by AutoNation, joined the important cause, delivering ‘Totes for Hope’ to cancer patients at the City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, in Duarte, California.
“The sheer scale of AutoNation’s commitment to DRVPNK and its drive to end cancer is incredibly impressive,” said Jessica Tucker, Operations Director at RepairSmith. “Since we embarked on this journey to deliver convenient auto repair as part of AutoNation, our team has looked forward to this impactful day and the opportunity to join other Associates from across the nation in support of the many individuals and families that are touched by cancer.”
In January 2023, AutoNation announced the acquisition of RepairSmith by AutoNation, the full-service mobile solution for automotive repair and maintenance, headquartered in Los Angeles with a significant operational footprint in the southern and western United States. RepairSmith by AutoNation offers new and repeat Customers the allure of added convenience of services and repairs at their home, workplace, or on-site for fleet vehicles.
On DRV PNK Across America Day, Associates in AutoNation stores from coast to coast assembled thousands of ‘Totes for Hope’ cancer comfort bags that will be delivered to local cancer facilities in their communities. AutoNation Associates, Customers and communities have helped DRVPNK surpass $35 million raised and donated to cancer charities since 2013. Funds are administered to nonprofit organizations across the country to support cancer research, treatment and services where it is most needed.