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Spurs fast breaks yield off court benefits each season

Brake Check donated $26,000 to the San Antonio area Boys & Girls Clubs.

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Earlier this month, Brake Check announced a donation in the amount of $26,909 to Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio thanks to its Keep the Change initiative and the Spurs Fast Break promotion.

Through its longstanding Spurs Fast Break promotion, Brake Check pledges $20 per fast break point scored by the Silver and Black, totaling nearly $17,000 through March of 2020, and continuing through the NBA restart in Orlando. The Keep the Change initiative has raised nearly $10,000 from customers who offer to “round up” their service repair ticket to the nearest dollar.

Brake Check has been supporting the Boys and Girls Clubs of America which strives to create opportunities for children through safe environments and high-quality programming.

“The Boys & Girls Club provides so much to our community,” said Brake Check President David Peveto. “Brake Check and our customers take pride in being able to help support them for over 20 years and look forward to continuing these efforts well into the future.”

The two decades of support usually caps off in a presentation at one of the final games of the season. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year there was no game in which to make the annual presentation.

As Bill Land says, “Keep cheering on the Spurs fast break points.” It’s a win for the Spurs and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.


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