Lexus of Brisbane goes Pink including a LFA
Lexus of Brisbane will ‘go pink’ in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness month this October.
Lexus of Brisbane’s customer welcome packs, showroom and the dealership’s $700,000 LFA Supercar will go pink in aid of the cause.
The Brisbane-based LFA will be the only pink version to appear in Australia – possibly the world.
Lexus of Brisbane is also supporting the National Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation’s Hope Links Golf Day – which will be supported by Lexus of Brisbane ambassadors and Australian Rugby Union players The Fainga’a Twins (Anthony and Saia), Lexus ambassador and Wallabies captain James Horwill and Wallabies coach Robbie Deans.
Lexus of Brisbane dealer principal Andrew Scifleet said that the initiative is just one way the team at Lexus can get behind the cause.
“Along with donations, auction items and support of the Fainga’a Twins Charity Golf Day, going pink is our way reminding all of Brisbane that October is the month of Breast Cancer Awareness.”
The Faingaa Twins Charity Golf Day will be held at Links Hope Island today, Friday 12 October. For further information visit http://www.shop.faingaatwins.com.