Location: Bergstrom GM of Neenah
5255 Green Bay Road
Event Description: On Saturday, October 20th from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. the following Bergstrom Automotive dealerships will hold a special Lube-A-Thon offering free oil changes with every donation to Make-A-Wish Wisconsin of $15 or more! For more information about Drive for Dreams, please visit bergstromauto.com..
WAPL's Borna will be broadcasting from the event at the Bergstrom GM of Neenah location from 10am-Noon!
Bergstrom Chevrolet Cadillac of Appleton, 2245 W. College Ave, Appleton
Bergstrom Buick GMC of Appleton, 1000 S. Nicolet Rd, Appleton
Bergstrom GM of Neenah, 150 N. Green Bay Road, Neenah
Bergstrom Ford Lincoln of Neenah, 525 S. Green Bay Road, Neenah
Bergstrom Ford of Oshkosh, 3355 Jackson Street, Oshkosh
Bergstrom GM of Oshkosh, 355 N. Washburn, Oshkosh
Bergstrom Toyota Scion, 3245 S. Washburn, Oshkosh
Bergstrom Honda Nissan Subaru, 3285 S. Washburn, Oshkosh
Bergstrom Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Kaukauna, 2929 Lawe Street, Kaukauna
Bergstrom Cadillac GMC of Green Bay, 301 N. Taylor Street, Green Bay
Bergstrom Cadillac of Madison, 1200 Applegate Road, Madison
Bergstrom Chevrolet of Milwaukee, 11100 W. Metro Blvd., Milwaukee
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