News Maker Bill Long on the Brakes for Breasts campaign

As we all know October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Every October Bill Long’s Auto Care Clinic holds a campaign to advance Breast Cancer research.

We spoke to the owner of the Auto Care Clinic Bill Long in our latest news maker.

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Bill explains how the Brakes for Breasts campaign works.

He also explains how successful the main recipient of the funds Dr. Vincent Tuohy has been in his vaccine against breast cancer and other cancers.

Bill also tells us that the campaign will be at both his Front Royal Auto Care Clinic as well as the Kibler’s Auto Care Clinic in Woodstock.

Click here for Bill’s interview.

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Auto Care Clinic awards it’s 17 vehicle to a needy family

The Front Royal Auto Care Clinic’s Cars Changing Lives program just awarded it’s 17 vehicle to a family in need.

The program, with help from the Phoenix Project and a donation from Round Hill United Methodist Church, is able to help a young mother provide for her family.

Auto Care Clinic owner Bill Long says despite 17 vehicles given away the program is not where they would like it to be.

Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) working by appointment only has made the process more difficult and set the program back.

If you have a vehicle to donate or know of someone in need visit carschanginglives.com.

Cars Changing Lives is a 501 (c) (3) organization.

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A talk with Bill Long about Cars Changing Lives charity

Cars Changing Lives is a ministry of the Auto Care Clinic of Front Royal.

The ministry is now a 501 c3 charity that gives cars to those in need.

We spoke to Bill Long owner of the Auto Care Clinic about the expansion of the program.

Bill tells us how you can become involved by donating a car and take it off taxes.

Bill also explains how you can acquire a car if you are in need.

Here is Bill’s interview.

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