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New England Acura Dealers Team up with BAA for Boston Half-Marathon

The New England Acura Dealers Association (NEADA) is excited to announce that they are the official automotive sponsor of the 2016 B.A.A. Half Marathon, presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund, taking place on Sunday, October 9. After its successful sponsorship of the Boston Marathon in April, NEADA is delighted to team up once more with the Boston Athletic Association to support the Boston community.

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New England Acura’s Miles for Miracles Runners Finish Strong in 2016 Boston Marathon

The New England Acura Dealers had a successful weekend at the 2016 Boston Marathon with partner Boston Children’s Hospital and the Miles for Miracles Team. On behalf of the NEADA – the official automotive sponsor of the 2016 Boston Marathon – Prime Acura, Prime Acura North and Sunnyside Acura provided three invitational entries to the Boston Children’s Hospital Miles for Miracles team. The three runners raised a total of $11,625 that will directly benefit the Boston Children’s Hospital Children’s Fund.

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New England Acura Dealers Sponsor Gala to Benefit Latino Families of Boston Children’s Hospital

On Friday, the New England Acura Dealers Association (NEADA) sponsored the sixth annual La Gala de Milagros para Niños to benefit Latino children and families who rely on Boston Children’s Hospital for health services.

La Gala de Milagros para Niños was held on Friday, Sept. 18, at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, with sponsors, guests, and honorees attending in full force to support Boston Children’s Hospital. Emmy award-wining journalist John Quiñones (ABC News correspondent and host of ABC’s “What Would You Do?) acted as the master of ceremonies for the evening, highlighting the hospital’s amazing work in pediatric care and the contributions of philanthropists and sponsors. The 2015 gala included dinner, dancing, and a silent auction, and honored Cecilia M. Matos, M.A. and Carlos Rodriguez-Galindo, M.D. with the Milagros para Niños Award for compassionate caregiving.

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NEADA Partners with Boston Children’s Hospital to Give a Smile

Throughout the month of June, the New England Acura Dealer’s Association (NEADA) will be participating in the Boston Children’s Hospital “Give a Smile” campaign alongside Shaw’s Supermarket, Pinkberry, and Star Market. NEADA is well known through the New England area for their support of Boston Children’s Hospital and their participation in community efforts to raise funds that will support Boston Children’s Hospital’s continued progress in pediatric medical research and care.

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New England Acura Dealers Support Boston Children’s Hospital Through HAIRraising’s Cut-A-Thon

BOSTON – Furthering its commitment, the New England Acura Dealers Association, along with John Freida, Modern Salon, Color Wow, Boston Magazine, and local radio station KISS 108 FM, sponsored the 6th annual HairRaising Cut-A-Thon, a beauty-themed fundraising event supporting Boston Children’s Hospital.

On March 12, the NEADA kicked-off its HAIRraising social campaign on Facebook, asking fans to repost the promotion in return for a $5,000 donation to the initiative if it reached 200 shares. Within the first two hours of being live, the post received over 600 shares.

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The New England Acura Dealers Donate Additional $25,000 to Boston Children’s Hospital


For the second consecutive year, the New England Acura Dealers Association (NEADA) presented Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) with a check for an additional $25,000 donation, thanks to the help of their loyal service customers.

From Dec. 2, 2014 to the end of 2014, the NEADA donated 10 percent from every customer’s service bill to BCH. The NEADA also matched 10 percent of customers’ service bills with a donation to BCH. The additional donation comes after the association’s recent announcement to extend their initial Nov.-2012 pledge of support to donate $500,000 to BCH over a two-year span to $1 million over a four-year span.