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Tom Wood Subaru Partners with Sustainability Initiatives

Tom Wood Subaru, the only dealership in Indiana to be certified in Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED), continues to be highly active in eco-friendly programs with their recent Earth Day-related events. On April 22, they partnered with the Subaru Loves the Earth and the National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) Certified Wildlife Habitat initiatives to install a Certified Wildlife Habitat at Brook Park Elementary School, in Indianapolis. The school also set up a Chickadee House, Toad Abode and Hanging Wren House. In mid- May, they received a shipment of live plants to complete their habitat.

The NWF initiative is a hands-on way for students, teachers, parents and administrators to make a difference in helping to restore native habitats, one garden (or schoolyard) at a time, regardless of the school’s location.

Tom Wood Subaru also celebrated Earth Day with activities for their customers. They treated loyal customers to a complete tour of their manufacturing plant in Lafayette on April 21. At the end, each guest was given a white oak tree to plant, to promote reforestation, and was from their partnership with and the Canopy Project.

The plant, where the Subaru Legacy and Subaru Outback are made, is a zero-landfill facility and is designated as an NWF Backyard Wildlife Habitat.

Tom Wood Subaru continues to be a leader in sustainability initiatives that make a positive impact on the community with their commitment to environmentally friendly practices. Throughout this year, the Tom Wood Auto Group is celebrating 50 years of selling and servicing vehicles at their various dealerships throughout the community.

Location: 3300 E. 96th St., Indianapolis. For more information on all activities including holiday light drop-off locations, and Tom Wood Subaru’s charities of choice, visit and

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