Dealership sets SPCA donation goal

Nanaimo’s Ford dealership wants to help the SPCA raise $10,000.

Steve Marshall Ford Lincoln is partnering with the Nanaimo branch of the non-profit animal rescue organization to raise the money, by donating $250 for every vehicle purchased in January.

“The B.C. SPCA is a very important organization that fights for the rights of animals that cannot speak for themselves,” said Ryan Saunders, Steve Marshall Ford Lincoln sales leader. “Many people in our dealership and our community, including myself, have been touched by the B.C. SPCA. Thanks to the good work of the SPCA, my dog Kobe is still with us today.”

The Nanaimo branch rescues 1,400 abused, abandoned and neglected animals each year and conducts more than 200 animal cruelty investigations. Steve Marshall Ford Lincoln is located at 3851 Shenton Rd. Please visit www., or call 250-758-7311.

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