Though most offices wait every Friday to wear their pink outfits to pay respect for Breast Cancer awareness, Ray Catena Land Rover of Edison shows their respect all month of October long. How, you ask? Each and every car in the showroom sports a big pink bow on its’ hood.
Many dealerships are awarded annually for outstanding achievement and prosperity, with Ray Catena dealerships have crowned many a times before. Not just for excellent customer service and high quality luxury vehicles but, for the contributions that Ray Catena and his dealerships have made and continue to make to charitable causes.
As one of the largest privately owned auto groups in the country, Ray and his wife, Elsie Catena, work tirelessly year round to give back to their surrounding communities and various charitable foundations. These include Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Autism Speaks, the Meridian Health Affiliated Foundations, The Boomer Esiason Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, The Community Food Banks of Middlesex, Monmouth and Union Counties, Robert Wood Johnson Children’s Hospital, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, The Make-A-Wish Foundation, Ronald McDonald House, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Valerie Fund, Rutgers Spinal Cord Injury Project, The Seeing Eye, Mary Help of Christians Academy, Monmouth Park Charity Fund, countless philanthropic organizations and local school and recreation programs throughout New Jersey and New York.
It is no secret that Mr. and Mrs. Catena are strong advocates of Breast Cancer awareness which is an easy give away and can be seen in any of our RT. 1 Edison dealerships. Stop in today to drive away with anyone of our models to support this great cause.