Subaru is a proud sponsor of the Northwest Flower & Garden Show.

Subaru is proud to once again partner with O’Loughlin Trade Shows as the premier sponsor of the Northwest Flower & Garden Show.  This year’s theme, America the Beautiful, is befitting with the upcoming celebration of the National Park Service Centennial! Subaru will have 2 major displays with vehicles all decked-out and ready to go explore.

Their displays depict some of the great adventures you can experience in the national parks all set inside the beauty of nature’s garden. Subaru will be located in the Atrium Lobby and on the Skybridge. Stop by the Subaru display on the Skybridge to pick up a free butterfly pollinator seed pack, while supplies last!

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Subaru and the National Parks

Both Subaru and their customers have a long-standing relationship with the national parks.  Subaru has raised nearly $3 million for the parks through their “Share the Love” event.  Subaru donated vehicles for park usage and is the only official automotive partner of the National Park Service’s Centennial.


Subaru Retailers Across the Country

Subaru retailers also do their part by adopting environmentally friendly facilities and policies in their local communities. They get out into the community and roll up their sleeves to help promote environmental responsibility. To learn more about the Subaru Love Promise and Subaru Loves the Earth, our causes, partners and Subaru retailers in their communities, please visit:

Subaru of Indiana Automotive

Subaru has a vehicle manufacturing plant in Indiana, Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA).  SIA is a leader in environmental practices.  In 2003, SIA was the first U.S. auto plant to be designated a Backyard Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. In 2004, Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) became the first U.S. automotive plant to achieve zero landfill status, where 100% of manufacturing waste is either recycled or turned into electricity.
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Subaru Zero-Landfill Manifesto:

It’s been said our lives, our legacies, are simply the sum total of all the choices we make. Theodore Roosevelt certainly understood this when, in 1906, he fought the conventional wisdom of his time and set aside millions of acres of land to be preserved for future generations. And it’s something Subaru understood when, over a decade ago, we became the first U.S. auto manufacturer to achieve zero landfill, with all waste recycled or turned into electricity. It wasn’t easy. Doing the right thing rarely is. But like President Roosevelt, Subaru made a commitment to something they believe in: the future. It’s this promise that now leads them to share their expertise with the National Park Service as they work together toward the goal of making our irreplaceable national treasures zero-landfill as well. Because loving the earth means understanding you can’t throw anything away, because there simply is no “away.”
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Subaru believes in making the world a better place.  To learn more about Subaru and the environment, please visit: