The 2021 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

The 2021 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award

We've been nationally recognized for our dedication to our community and the Subaru Love Promise.

We're honored to receive the 2021 Subaru Love Promise Community Commitment Award. This award nationally recognizes Subaru retailers who are making the world a better place while demonstrating an outstanding commitment to supporting passions and causes in local communities. These efforts are focused in important areas such as the environment, community, health, education, and pets.

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What is the Subaru Love Promise?

Subaru and our retailers believe in making the world a better place and the Subaru Love Promise is our vision of respecting all people. This is our commitment to show love and respect to our customers and to work to make a positive impact in the world.

How is Bath Subaru dedicated locally to the Love Promise?

Bath Subaru is proud to be a part of the Subaru Love Promise Commitment. We want to thank everyone for your business over the years. You have all helped us create jobs for the past 47 years and that means a great deal to everyone who works here. This is why we have decided to give back to our community to help support local Health, Education, Animal Protection, Environmental, and Community organizations.

Midcoast Humane

Woolwich Solar Panel Project

Woolwich Central School, Morse High School, Patten Free Library

Woolwich Fire Department, Bath Area Senior Citizens Activity Center, Woolwich Historical Society, Maine Maritime Museum

Mid Coast Hospital

Did Bath Subaru go above and beyond, provide exceptional service, or support causes that are important to you? We'd love to hear about it.

Love Promise Stories from Bath Subaru

Subaru and Bath Subaru believe in making a positive impact on the communities in which we live and work. We uphold that belief through our Love Promise Community Commitment. Every month, we select inspiring stories from customers and partners from around our area who strive to support our collective commitment and feature them here

Midcoast Humane Society - Tucker T

Bath Subaru Loves Pets! In October every year, we partner with Midcoast Humane Society to provide pet supplies that will keep shelter animals happy, healthy and ready for a safe and loving home!

Midcoast Humane Society

Woolwich Historical Society - Tammy G

Thank you, Bath Subaru, for supporting the Woolwich Historical Society for the Fourth year in a row, during the 2020 Subaru Share the Love Event! We couldn't be any more grateful or proud of your amazing generosity! Your gift(s) will allow us to make some major improvements to our 1800's farmhouse museum building. We're currently contemplating removal of the significantly deteriorated shed portion. Your kindness is making what were dreams, come true for us! You have our utmost appreciation, Bath Subaru!

Woolwich Historical Society

Woolwich EMS and Fire Department - Tucker T

Woolwich EMS will soon have a second cardiac monitor thanks largely to a joint fundraising effort by Bath Rotarians and Bath Subaru’s “Share the Love” campaign. “We’re very thankful and so appreciative to these folks,” said EMS Director Brian Carlton at a brief ceremony at the fire station Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 7. When the used unit arrives from West Virginia, it will be installed in the department’s second ambulance. “We had one Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance, but when we increased to two ambulances in July 2019, we kept one vehicle at the Basic Life Support level to keep costs down,” explained Carlton. “The second cardiac monitor will bring both ambulances to the ALS level.” Dr. Alexander “Al” Mesrobian said he heard about the ambulance department’s need and approached his fellow Rotarians. The emergency room physician is president of the Bath Sunrise chapter of the Rotary. It wasn’t long before Bath Rotary Club President Brigit Cavanagh got her chapter involved as well. “That’s the Rotary; helping the community is what we do,” she said. Rotarian Jim Atherton wrote an appeal for financial aid to Rotary District #7780 headquarters. The effort was a success. The Bath Rotary and Sunrise chapter each received $2,000 from District #7780. The two chapters chipped in another $1,000 each, bringing their total Woolwich EMS donation to $6,000.Bath Subaru, on Route 1 in Woolwich and owned and managed by Bruce McElman, donated $15,000 from the dealership’s annual “Share the Love" campaign. These monies will be split between Woolwich EMS and Woolwich Fire Department. Fire Chief Mike Demers said Bath Subaru’s donation was greatly appreciated. “These monies will be used to purchase needed air packs and a set of firefighting gear for our department.” The annual “Share the Love” campaign lets buyers of a new vehicle pick a preferred recipient to receive funds. With every new Subaru bought or leased, Subaru kicks in $250.A cardiac monitor helps EMS providers obtain vital signs and heart rhythms.“ Donations, big and small, assist us in providing care to the community we serve,” said Carlton. “This new-to-us cardiac monitor costs $18,500; a brand-new one would cost in excess of $30,000.”

Woolwich EMS and Fire Department

Woolwich EMS and Fire Department - Tucker T

Woolwich EMS will soon have a second cardiac monitor thanks largely to a joint fundraising effort by Bath Rotarians and Bath Subaru’s “Share the Love” campaign. “We’re very thankful and so appreciative to these folks,” said EMS Director Brian Carlton at a brief ceremony at the fire station Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 7. When the used unit arrives from West Virginia, it will be installed in the department’s second ambulance. “We had one Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance, but when we increased to two ambulances in July 2019, we kept one vehicle at the Basic Life Support level to keep costs down,” explained Carlton. “The second cardiac monitor will bring both ambulances to the ALS level.” Dr. Alexander “Al” Mesrobian said he heard about the ambulance department’s need and approached his fellow Rotarians. The emergency room physician is president of the Bath Sunrise chapter of the Rotary. It wasn’t long before Bath Rotary Club President Brigit Cavanagh got her chapter involved as well. “That’s the Rotary; helping the community is what we do,” she said. Rotarian Jim Atherton wrote an appeal for financial aid to Rotary District #7780 headquarters. The effort was a success. The Bath Rotary and Sunrise chapter each received $2,000 from District #7780. The two chapters chipped in another $1,000 each, bringing their total Woolwich EMS donation to $6,000. Bath Subaru, on Route 1 in Woolwich and owned and managed by Bruce McElman, donated $15,000 from the dealership’s annual “Share the Love" campaign. These monies will be split between Woolwich EMS and Woolwich Fire Department. Fire Chief Mike Demers said Bath Subaru’s donation was greatly appreciated. “These monies will be used to purchase needed air packs and a set of firefighting gear for our department.” The annual “Share the Love” campaign lets buyers of a new vehicle pick a preferred recipient to receive funds. With every new Subaru bought or leased, Subaru kicks in $250.A cardiac monitor helps EMS providers obtain vital signs and heart rhythms. “Donations, big and small, assist us in providing care to the community we serve,” said Carlton. “This new-to-us cardiac monitor costs $18,500; a brand-new one would cost in excess of $30,000.”

Woolwich EMS and Fire Department

Facebook - Jeff S

Here’s a good one from your facebook page: Bath Subaru Loves Pets! In October, we partnered with Midcoast Humane Society to provide pet supplies that will keep shelter animals happy, healthy and ready for a safe and loving home!

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New Subaru Forester - Sandy W

Sandy Weisman review 3 days ago-I recently bought a new 2020 Subaru Forester Limited at Bath Subaru and I love it!! The sales team was helpful every step of the way, particularly since I was rebounding from a car accident. I was able to complete the transaction with speed and courtesy, getting the car I wanted at a price that worked for me! I highly recommend Bath Subaru, and I'm looking forward to continuing my previous relationship with the wonderful service team. Yea, Subaru!!

New Subaru Forester

Woolwich Historical Society - Tammy G

Thank you, Bath Subaru, for supporting the Woolwich Historical Society for the SECOND year in a row, during the 2018 Subaru Share the Love Event! We couldn't be any more grateful or proud of your amazing generosity! Your gift(s) will allow us to make some major improvements to our 1800's farmhouse museum building. We're currently contemplating removal of the significantly deteriorated shed portion. Your kindness is making what were dreams, come true for us! You have our utmost appreciation, Bath Subaru!

Woolwich Historical Society
Woolwich Historical Society