Ryan Chevrolet to Take “Drive-Thru” Pancake Breakfast for Another Ride at Annual Breakfast Fundraiser

After what was described as an overwhelming success in 2020, Ryan Chevrolet owner Kathleen Gaddie and her store’s leadership team have decided to maintain the “drive thru” nature of its annual fundraising breakfast benefiting local cancer patients and survivors.

Rather than open the showroom for a sit-down breakfast for the public as in years past, Ryan Chevrolet will again close its Service and Parts Department for the day, allowing for a complimentary pancake and sausage breakfast to be served from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 23). Volunteers – Ryan Chevrolet employees donating their time – will again approach each vehicle from a distance, take orders and collect donations.

“I guess you could say we’re taking an ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ approach to the breakfast this year,” said Gaddie. “I think enough people still have very real health concerns, so we want to be respectful of all our friends and neighbors, while still raising some badly needed funds.”

Free-will donation entitles all to breakfast with coffee from The Station and a coupon booklet valued at $650.

WHAT: Ryan Chevrolet’s 8th Annual Pancake Breakfast/Cancer Patient Benefit

WHERE: Ryan Chevrolet Service Drive

1800 S Broadway

WHEN: Saturday, October 23, 2021

8AM – 11:30 AM

WHY: Donations benefit Trinity’s Cancer Patient Exercise Rehab Program


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