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Thomasville Toyota goes pink for breast cancer awareness

Thomasville Toyota pledged to donate $100 for every car sold this month. Thomasville Toyota pledged to donate $100 for every car sold this month.
Archbold's Women's Center Archbold's Women's Center
Thomasville Toyota owner Gregg Isaacs Thomasville Toyota owner Gregg Isaacs
Dr. Mary Anne Bullard Grayson Dr. Mary Anne Bullard Grayson
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

If you're looking to buy a new car, you can help out a good cause if you do it now.

Thomasville Toyota pledged $100 for every car they sell this month, in honor of breast cancer awareness.

Their goal is to help Archbold's Women's Center purchase new 3D mammography technology, which would cost close to $300,000.

Radiologist Dr. Mary Anne Bullard Grayson said, “What we're able to do is take multiple pictures of the breast, see the breast better, and detect cancer sooner.”

Thomasville Toyota owner Gregg Isaacs said they’re hoping people in the community will participate.

“We presented a check to them for $10,000 and hope to increase that more on month's end,” said Isaacs.

Archbold will host its annual Pink Affair Fashion Show fundraiser at the Oncology center this Friday at 6:30.

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