Here at Long-Lewis Ford Lincoln, we are committed to giving back to our local community. Our dealership has a long history of sponsorships because we believe that it is vital for us to support businesses in the state of Alabama who aim to contribute towards those in need. Take a look at some of our recent outreach efforts below.




Revvin' 4 Research: (2016)

In October of 2016, we gave money towards the fight against breast cancer through our sponsorship to the Revvin 4 Research Charity Ride, hosted by the Dixie Divas Riding Club. Each year, all proceeds raised from this motorcycle event go towards cancer research at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama.


Race for the Cure:

We are also a proud sponsor of this year's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in North Central Alabama! The Race for the Cure is the largest breast cancer fund raising event in existence, so we are definitely happy to show our support. This year's race in North Central Alabama takes place on Saturday, October 7th, 2017.



Laura Crandall Brown Foundation:

Long-Lewis Ford Lincoln was also a Corporate Sponsor for The Laura Crandall Foundation. This charity works to raise funds towards research for gynecologic cancer prevention through funding research, patient support programs, and cancer education.


Salvation Army:

Our dealership supports the Salvation Army in Alabama each year during the Holiday Season. From Thanksgiving to Christmas, we provide passenger vans to this organization so that meals can be delivered to families in need.

Here at Long Lewis Ford Lincoln, we are always open to sponsoring new community events and local organizations. We would love to assist each and every one, however we receive hundreds of requests each year and with a limited budget that is just not possible. If you have an event that you would like to have sponsored, we want to do our best to help! Feel free to apply for sponsorship by completing the Long-Lewis Assistance Request Application below.

Assistance Request Application

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