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Have you tweeted for the Chevrolet #IDriveFor campaign?

On October 1, Chevrolet kicked off their #IDriveFor social media campaign in support of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. From October 1-31, you can share who you drive for this October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Chevy will contribute $5 for every Twitter and Instagram post (up to $400,000) using #IDriveFor.

You can help us reach our goal of raising $400,000 by posting as many times as possible throughout the month. All re-tweets and re-grams count, as well.

Here are some quick and easy ways to get started:

  • Re-tweet our CEO Gary's Reedy's latest tweet:
    • Oct. is #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth & @chevrolet will contribute $5 to @AmericanCancer for every #IDriveFor tweet/RT. Who do you drive for?. 
  • Post on Twitter using one of the below sample tweets. 
    • #IDriveFor fighting breast cancer together. RT @Chevrolet will contribute $5 with every use of #IDriveFor. 

    • #IDriveFor ________. RT @Chevrolet will contribute $5 with every use of #IDriveFor. [Instructions: Insert who drives you to raise awareness of breast cancer – ex: My Mom, My GrandMa, My Sister, etc.] 
  • Post on Instagram using the below sample message. Note: You must update your privacy settings in Instagram in order for posts to count toward this promotion. Visit this site for details on how to make this change.
    • #IDriveFor _________. When it comes to fighting #breastcancer, no one should have to do it alone. @Chevrolet will make a $5 contribution to @AmericanCancerSociety for every use of #IDriveFor. [Instructions: Insert who drives you to raise awareness of breast cancer and add a picture of them – ex: My Mom, My GrandMa, My Sister, etc.] 

This is such an easy way to help ACS raise money and it takes just a minute to post a message. You can post as often as you like…all Twitter and Instagram posts with #IDriveFor count towards our total.

PHOTOS: In the top image are two Tweets. Dylan Larkin says he drives for his grandma. In the other one, a young woman says she drives for her mom, who has been in remission for one year. Pictured in the smaller photo is a tweet by Coach Greg Kampe, head men's basketball coach at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. You might not be able to see it, but his tweet was retweeted more than 6,000 times! 

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