The Auto Analyst is proudly supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by participating in the Brakes For Breast campaign fundraiser where during October this independently family-owned auto repair shop is joining more than 30 other independent auto repair shops representing 19 states across the U.S. by offering customers free brake pads and also donating 10 percent of every brake service directly to the Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Research Fund.
The Brakes for Breasts fundraiser is different from many breast cancer fundraising campaigns which run during October because 100 percent of proceeds contributed by these independently-owned auto repair shops goes directly to the Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Fund to fund research for a vaccine which will lead to a cure for breast cancer, not just treatments for the disease.
The first Brakes For Breasts fundraiser was launched in 2011 by two women, Leigh Anne Best of Mighty Auto Pro in Medina, Ohio and Laura Frank of Royal Car Care and Tire Center in Brunswick, Ohio. Over the past two years the group has been able to donate over $40,000 to the Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Fund.
The Auto Analyst is owned by Craig and Darlene Phillis and is located at 5850 B Mother Lode Drive in Placerville.
With more than 30 years of automotive experience they purchased the Auto Analyst in 2005.
“We are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service while empowering our clients to take an active role in caring for their automobiles. Please visit our Website theautoanalyst.com for more information about our business and our team,” Darlene said.
For more information on Brakes for Breasts visit brakesforbreasts.org.