TROY, Mich., Sept. 26 The Suburban Collection will hostPartners Night at the Collection's High Line dealership complex on Maplelawnin Troy on Saturday night, September 27. More than 900 guests are expected toattend the event which will be held under expansive tents at the complex aswell as inside the Rolls Royce, Bentley, Lamborghini, Spyker, Bugatti andMaserati showrooms. The event, a major fundraiser for the Barbara AnnKarmanos Cancer Institute, honors Becky and Gary Sakwa and Sandy and Alan S.Schwartz for their community involvement and dedication to the Partnersevents.
"Supporting the fight against cancer is important to us at The SuburbanCollection," said David T. Fischer, Chairman and CEO of The SuburbanCollection. "We are proud to host this event and to have a part in honoringBecky and Gary Sakwa and Sandy and Alan Schwartz."
"Karmanos is grateful to both couples and to The Suburban Collection fortheir generous commitment to a future free of cancer," said John C.Ruckdeschel, M.D., president and chief executive officer of the Barbara AnnKarmanos Canter Institute.
For more information on Partners call 313-576-8112 or email@example.com
For more information on cancer care, call 1-800-KARMANOS or visitwww.karmanos.org
To learn about community events supported by the Suburban Collection visitwww.suburbancollection.com
The Suburban Collection is an automobile dealership group headquartered inTroy, Michigan. The company began in 1948 in Birmingham, Michigan and todayincludes 30 brands and 43 locations throughout Michigan and south Florida.In addition to automobile dealerships the group also includes collisioncenters and automotive accessory distributorships. The Suburban Collectionhas the largest number of automobile dealerships in Michigan, ranks 17th inCrain's List of the Private 200 Companies in Michigan and is the 15th largestautomotive retail chain in the United States.
SOURCE The Suburban Collection