David Maus and WWE Wrestler “Meng” Celebrity Bowlers at Charity Event

David Maus and Tonga Fifita, aka “Meng” WWE Wrestler, will be Celebrity Bowlers for the 4th Annual Monster Bowl-A-Rama to benefit Rock Pink, an organization whose mission is to raise breast health awareness and support local breast cancer programs. The event will be held on Saturday, June 25th at 11a at the Boardwalk Bowl in Orlando.

The event encourages participants to bid on a Celebrity Bowler they would like to bowl with at the event. Both David Maus and “Meng” will be open for bidding as a Celebrity Player for the highest bidder. By visitingwww.rockpink.com/bowling participants can bid on a Celebrity Player and register as an individual bowler or as a team. A bid on a player does not include the cost to play. All payment information is included on the website.

The David Maus Automotive dealerships have continuously supported local and national organizations dedicated to raising funds for breast cancer research, mammography testing and treatment. For the past three years David Maus Volkswagen has been a sponsor of the Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation Scooters for Hooters event, held each April. In October all employees wear pink every Friday to raise money for the American Breast Cancer Foundation and the Susan G Komen Foundation.

“This is a disease that is affecting women everywhere and the more funds we raise – the closer we can get to a cure. To date, the research has created better technology for women to get diagnosed earlier. We will continue to support this cause,” said David Maus, General Manager.

Rock Pink also supports the Young Survival Coalition “YSC”, the premier international organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to young women and breast cancer. YSC works with survivors, caregivers and the medical, research, advocacy and legislative communities to increase the quality and quantity of life for women diagnosed with breast cancer ages 40 and under.

Facts about Breast Cancer

-       Breast Cancer is second only to lung cacner in cancer deaths among women in the US

-       Mammography will detect about 80-90% of breast cancers in women without symptoms

-       Approximately 5-10% of breast cancers in the US are due to heredity

For more information on the 4th Annual Monster Celebrity Bowl-A-Rama to benefit Rock Pink visit www.rockppink.com/bowling or email bowling@rockpink.com. Rock a healthier life!


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2011 VW Jetta: No. 1 Car for Teen Drivers

MercuryNews.com reported today the top three new cars for new drivers and listed the 2011 Volkswagen Jetta as the Number 1 vehicle for safety, cost and fuel efficiency. Car accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers. So when it comes time to buy a suitable car for a teen driver it’s important to choose the safest car that meets your budget.

David Champion, the senior director of Consumer Reports, was interviewed for this article and recommended the 2011 Jetta as the Number 1 vehicle under $20,000 for the following reasons:

- Among its standard safety features is a crash response system that automatically unlocks the doors, cuts the flow of gas and turns on the hazard lights when it senses a crash.

- The lowest-priced model gets 29 miles per gallon, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. A diesel version gets better mileage, but will cost you around $6,000 more.

Champion recommends cars with the smallest, four-cylinder engines, so they’re not too powerful. Critical safety features include anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control, which applies the brakes to individual wheels if it senses the driver is swerving out of control. And stick with front-wheel-drive. While many people prefer all-wheel-drive in snowy weather, it can give kids a false sense of security and encourage them to drive too fast in hazardous conditions.

Price is a factor, of course, especially since adding a teen to your auto insurance can easily cost several thousand dollars a year. McCartt said used cars from recent model years — with all of the safety features of current models — are a good choice for teens. The Insurance Institute lists its top safety picks for each year back to 2006 on its website, so that’s one place parents can find the safest cars from any given year. Results of U.S. government crash tests back to 1990 are also available on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website.

Test drive the new Jetta at David Maus VW North today at 1050 Lee Road, Orlando.

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