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Whether they live in our homes or in the wild, Subaru is committed to keeping all animals safe and healthy.
Loving the environment means more than loving the great outdoors. It means working to preserve it.
It’s our goal to make the pursuit of knowledge available to as many minds as possible.
In a perfect world, hunger would be history and hope would be commonplace. We believe a perfect world is possible.
We should all have a chance to lead a healthy life. We’re aiming to give as many people that chance as we can.
Our Love Promise can be seen in various partnerships with local charities and non-profits. We're grateful for the opportunity, not only to be a part of our community, but to serve it as well.
We have owned our 2015 Outback for a year and a half. Wow, what a machine! It is without a doubt the finest vehicle we have ever owned, and we've owned a few in our 46 years of marriage. We can't figure out why everyone doesn't own a Subaru. This car is a dream to drive. Being retired, we takes lots of road trips. The Outback is absolutely wonderful on the open road. But the vehicle is only part of our story. The rest of the story is about Ferguson Subaru in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. These folks are off the chart. They are so friendly, courteous and accommodating. They do what they say they are going to do within the time frame they say they are going to accomplish it. They have an answer for all questions regarding our vehicle. Everyone involved, from the phone operators to the technicians, are so pleasant to deal with. We have never encountered a new car dealership that treats us with tender, loving care like the Ferguson team. Subaru's "Love Promise" has become a reality for us. We are most appreciative and we share our sentiments with our friends and acquaintances. Peering into the crystal ball, we can't see ourselves ever owning any vehicle other than a Subaru! Randy & Elaine McGoffin Skiatook, Oklahoma
Ferguson Subaru was proud to highlight Lone Star Guide Dog Raisers/Guide Dogs for the Blind as their hometown charity in the most recent Share the Love event with Subaru. Ferguson Subaru's¿¿ owner, Jerry Ferguson, presented a check in the amount of $6,145 to Sandi Alsworth, Community Field Rep. for Guide Dogs for the Blind, as four puppies in training looked on. Ms. Alsworth said that money went to help fund the plane rides needed to bring the puppies to be trained in volunteer homes, and when they reach 15 months old to return them to Guide Dogs¿¿ California campus for formal training. Since Guide Dogs are provided at no charge to the visually impaired, donations from grassroots efforts, such as Ferguson's Share the Love event are vital. Ferguson Subaru is proud to partner with Lone Star Guide Dog Raisers to bring greater awareness to our community and associates regarding this vital resource to the visually impaired in Oklahoma.
Dear Ferguson Subaru, I would like to express appreciation on behalf of my staff for the delightful trunk of gifts that were delivered to Kendall-Whittier ES by Fergie the Bear and your gracious staff. The wide variety of school/teacher supplies given by Ferguson Subaru and their customer donors helped defer teacher out-of-pocket cost for classroom essentials. As a Title I school, we don't require that students bring school supplies at the beginning of the year to respect the limited financial situations of many of our families. As a result, we depend on the generosity of our partners in education and the generosity of Tulsa businesses. We are so grateful and blessed to have been the recipient of this year's Ferguson Subaru school supply drive. Please accept our Thank You from my staff and students! Sincerely, Ronda Kesler, Principal Kendall-Whittier E.S.
Thank you Ferguson Subaru and Import General Sales Manager Hugh Bickel for supporting Mrs. Hodges classroom at Claremont Elementary in Claremore, OK during the Subaru loves learning event! Your support by Stuffing a Subaru with school supplies is very generous and we appreciate your support!
Guide Dogs for the Blind appreciates Ferguson Subaru in Tulsa for supporting our puppies in training. Guide Dogs currently has 42 active seeing eye dogs in Oklahoma, and each was presented to their person at no charge. Ferguson Subaru choosing Guide Dogs for the Blind as their 2014 Local Share the Love charity means that up to 56 more puppies can be flown to local raisers to start their 2 years of training. Thanks to Jerry Ferguson and their advocate/GSM Hugh Bickel to making more working dogs available with this gesture. This gift they are giving the local community can't be bought, as it takes time and a large volunteer effort to shape these dogs from 2 months of age until they go back for formal training. This gift has a tremendous benefit and on behalf of the visually impaired in Oklahoma, we thank you very much.
Working with Ferguson Subaru over the last 4-5 years has been an amazing experience. Partnering with a business that promotes animal welfare, spaying and neutering, and responsible pet ownership is a blessing in an area where pet overpopulation is so prevalent. Ferguson Subaru is a well known established business so having their support in our efforts goes a log way in our community. Their sponsorships at our events speaks volumes and the entire Ferguson Subaru family goes above and beyond to help promote, not only The Boxer Rescue of Oklahoma's efforts, but other rescue organizations as well. The Subaru brand is so well known as the "Dog Tested, Dog Approved" vehicle so being a part of that as an animal rescue organization has been truly an honor. Ferguson Subaru is doing great work in promoting the brand and helping the community become a better place!
As the organizer of the Owasso Family Fun Fair, I have had the opportunity to work with Ferguson on several occasions. We absolutely love the energy and excitement that they bring to our events, whether through Fergie Bear, prizes they donate, or fun vehicles they bring to the event, they always come through. We couldn't be happier to have an awesome partner like Ferguson to work with and to help make our community events so spectacular!
At the time I was introduced to Fergie Bear and his sidekick "Cody" I was in charge of Grandparents Day at the Linnaeus Teaching Garden. September 8, 2013 was to be our second Grandparents Day and the objective of the event was to honor Grandparents by inviting them with their kids and grandkids to visit the garden and experience what is was like to be a gardener in the Grandparent's time. Clint approached us and offered his services as Fergie Bear. To be honest we were unfamiliar with Fergie Bear but after researching his background we thought that the younger grandkids would enjoy his presence a and they did, he was a hit. The only issue we had that day was with mother nature, at noon the temperature reached 100 degrees. We had to send Clint home, we were scared to death he was going to have a heat stroke. He wanted to stay but with that temperature and a fully encased bear suit it was "unbearable". In 2014 we pushed the date back a week in order to improve the odds for a lower temperature day, it worked. We also wanted the "bear" to return but we wanted him for the full five hours we were open. Again, he was a hit and it is a tribute to both him and Ferguson Motor to sponsor this great civic activity. The Fergie Bear has a standing invitation for all future Grandparents Day celebrations at the Garden.
Two years ago, I reached out to Ferguson Superstore to inquire if Fergie Bear would volunteer at our Fall Festival. I didn't really think it would happen, with us being a small church, especially when I saw some of the awesome places they go to spread hugs and love. But I've always believed you won't get what you want if you don't ask. So, I asked. To my delight, they agreed. And they came back the second year too! Fergie Bear brings such joy to the children. One fond memory I have from his visit last year, was that of a four year old girl who had heard Fergie Bear was coming. Her mother said he was the only reason she wanted to come to the festival. They arrived late, and she almost missed him, but that moment she saw him, well it just melted my heart. No words were needed. It was pure JOY! Fergie Bear made her day. It has been a pleasure working with Ferguson Superstore and Fergie Bear. They deliver what they promise, and more
One of the best feelings in the world is when we are able to bring people and pets together for an adopted event. So, it was only fitting when Faith came to the Share the Love event at Ferguson Subaru, and adopted Grumby. It was love at first sight for both the adopter and pet.