Subaru's Love Promise: Environment

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Subaru's Love Promise: Environment

Loving the environment means more than loving the great outdoors. It means working to preserve.

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VIDEO | Subaru's WinterFest Expands Green Event Practices for 2019
At Subaru, our passion for the outdoors never hibernates. That’s why we created Subaru WinterFest, a one-of-a-kind concert and mountain lifestyle tour featuring live music, Subaru swag, free snacks and beverages, daily giveaways, gear demos, dog activities at select stops...
Jan 9, 2019 9:05 AM ET
Subaru Celebrates Winter Adventure With Return of Subaru WinterFest in 2019
CAMDEN, NJ, December 21, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Subaru of America, Inc. announced the return of Subaru WinterFest, the automaker’s highly anticipated, multi-city mountain destination and lifestyle tour offering one-of-a-kind experiences for winter warriors across the country. Featuring weekend takeovers at nine of the nation’s top winter resorts, the 2019 Subaru WinterFest tour combines music,...
Dec 21, 2018 9:35 AM ET
Working Toward Zero-Landfill Parks
NPCA is working to significantly reduce waste at our national parks, starting with three pilot parks: Denali, Grand Teton and Yosemite. Collectively, these three pilot parks welcomed nearly 8.3 million visitors in 2017, who left behind nearly 9 million pounds of waste that could otherwise be recycled or composted. That’s why NPCA is partnering with Subaru of America Inc., the National Park...
Nov 2, 2018 9:45 AM ET
Subaru Life Owner Spotlight: Buddy System
by Cara Pound “We spend a lot of time rearing babies, waking up at all hours of the night to bottle-feed them,” says Theodora Flory, a nature enthusiast who goes by Teddy, of the job she’s held for the last four years. Flory, who spends most of her days with a blind screech owl named Marbles by her side, is a wildlife rehabilitation specialist at Tri County Wildlife Care (TCWC...
Oct 24, 2018 9:25 AM ET
The Zero-Waste Factory
By Sharon Guynup Inside a huge Indiana warehouse, three people clad in white Tyvek jumpsuits, tall fireman boots, rubber gloves and safety glasses sifted through trash strewn across the floor. It was about 10,000 pounds of refuse, the contents of a compactor from Subaru of Indiana Automotive, the automaker’s U.S. assembly plant in Lafayette. This wasn’t the scene of an accident...
Oct 22, 2018 11:45 AM ET

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