Vallejo, CA-based 7 Flags Car Wash and the Susan G. Komen foundation teamed up again for the month of October to help raise awareness about checking for breast cancer as well as to raise money to find a cure. The foundation provided “race for the cure” banners, pink ribbon buttons, pink pencils, and literature about how to prevent breast cancer. The 7 Flags team promoted awareness, by having all staff wear pink shirts, bracelets, and breast cancer buttons.

7 Flags Car Wash donated $1 for every full-service car wash and $1 for every Fast Pass sold for the month of October and also accepted donations from their loyal customers. The company was able to raise over $7,766 to donate to the Susan G. Komen foundation. 7 Flags has raised $37,836 over the past five years and are looking forward to continuing the partnership with the Susan G. Komen foundation.

“This is a special event for the 7 Flags family,” said Jason Anthony, 7 Flags vice president. “It is amazing to see the employees get behind such an incredible cause. We hope this partnership can continue for the foreseeable future.”


7 Flags team members in pink shirts