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Steven Jory Subaru and Import vs. Domestic Drag Race and Car Show

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Posted: Friday, August 18, 2006 12:00 am | Updated: 3:14 pm, Fri Oct 7, 2011.

Come in to Steven Jory Subaru on Saturday, August 26th and make a guess on the value of groceries filling a Subaru Outback for your chance to win them all. Lunch will also be served and there will be chances to win other great prizes too. And circle your calendar on September 9th for a weekend of fun at Firebird Raceway as Larry Miller Toyota/Scion hosts the Budweiser Import vs. Domestic Drag Race and Car Show.

At On The Road it’s always exciting to write about the latest and greatest car or truck a local East Valley dealership has on its showroom floor. It’s even more exciting when you get to tell readers about how a dealership becomes a part of our community and gives back to that community.

This week On The Road applauds Steven Jory Subaru, located at 2141 E. Bell Road near E. Bell Road and 21st Streets in northeast Phoenix. Steven Jory is a family owned dealership that embraces being part of our neighborhood. On Saturday, August 26th, radio host Perry Damone is taking a new Subaru Outback to Sprouts Farmers Market and filling it with groceries! All you have to do to enter is come by Steven Jory Subaru on East Bell Road and guess the total value of the groceries. Your correct guess could win them all!

Now the best part of this food give-away is that Steven Jory will match the amount of groceries in the Subaru with a donation in the same amount to ‘Waste Not’, a local non-profit that picks up prepared and perishable food and delivers it to the Valley’s hungry. The day of the drawing Sprouts Farmers Market will also have Waldo’s BBQ serving free lunches, a chance to win Canyon Lake cruise passes, Water Park passes, Cobblestone Auto Spa gift passes, Sprouts gift cards, vitamins for a year, and other great prizes.

Perry Damone, from radio station KOY will be broadcasting the event live from 3:00 to 5:00 pm Saturday, August 26th at Sprouts. So make plans now to come on down to Steven Jory Subaru, test drive a great new Subaru while you’re there, make your guess on the value of the groceries, then come on down to Sprouts for an afternoon of free BBQ, lots of great prizes, and maybe a chance at taking home enough groceries to fill a Subaru Outback!

If you’d like to visit Steven Jory at their dealership, come check out the great deals on new and used Subarus. These cars are not just fuel efficient but environmentally friendly as well. Subarus get very high ratings on safety and gas mileage. The professionals at Steven Jory go out of their way to make you a repeat customer along with their professional technical staff ready to service your new or used vehicle.

You can also visit Steven Jory Subaru on the web at and take a virtual tour of the 2006 inventory and price out a vehicle just right for you. For 2006 The Outback has been further improved. The four cylinder engine on the 2006 Subaru Outback 2.5i model is more powerful than last year. And two new models have been added; a 4-cylinder Outback sedan and a less expensive version of the 6-cylinder Outback wagon. The Outback has been re-engineered with a lower center of gravity for better handling and stability. Another great model is the Subaru B9 Tribeca. This SUV is more upscale but not oversized, fitting neatly in ordinary garage spaces. The Tribeca offers just enough luxury to more than comfortably carry seven passengers and handles especially well.

Steven Jory Subaru can be reached at (602) 493-6600. Come test drive a 2006 Subaru today and enter your drawing for the Outback full of groceries and at the same time help out our Valley’s neediest neighbors.

Circle your calendars for September 9th for a weekend of fun and festivities at Firebird Raceway as Larry Miller Toyota/Scion hosts the Budweiser Import vs. Domestic Drag Race and Car Show. You can buy tickets online or at the gate by visiting

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