Summer Savings are Here!

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Summer is just getting started and our Chevrolet deals are heating up! What can you expect at our Summer Savings Event? The best offers on the best Chevy sedans, SUVs, and trucks.

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The 2017 Chevrolet Cruze is our most connected sedan ever. Equipped with a unique combination of technology and safety features, the Cruze is the sedan that will keep you connected with the moments that matter this summer. The 2017 Cruze Hatch offers 47.2 cubic feet of space when the second row seating is down, and up to 40MPG on the highway.

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Named Best Midsize Cars for Families by U.S. News & World Report, the 2017 Chevrolet Malibu is equipped with the latest vehicle technology features including Park Assist, Forward Collision Alert, and Forward Automatic Braking.

equinox1Every time you sit behind the wheel of the 2017 Chevrolet Equinox, it’s the perfect opportunity to take some time for yourself. The Equinox is equipped with convenient technologies to make each day on the road, an easy one. The 60/40 split-folding rear seats create a generous 63.5 cubic feet of cargo space when laid flat.

camaro1A new era of performance is found in the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro. Built around a smaller and lighter architecture than previous models, the Camaro goes from 0-60 in 4.0 seconds and reaches up to 455 horsepower!

silverado1With a class-leading towing capacity of 12,500 pounds, the 2017 Chevrolet Silverado is the truck most capable of completing any task you throw its way! Other features include a best-in-class fuel economy and available 4G LTE Wi-Fi from OnStar.

There you have it! Our Summer full of Chevrolet savings is just getting started. What can our sales team help you find? Contact us today!

JBA Chevrolet
7327 Ritchie Highway
Glen Burnie, MD
410-766-6300

 

Hundreds celebrate 10th anniversary of Aiello Breast Center

cgnews-bwmc-aiello-breast-center-10th-annivers-002One in eight women in the U.S. will have invasive breast cancer in their lives,” said Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh. “In 2015, twelve million women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Yet, with every battle we fight here, we get one step closer to beating breast cancer once and for all.”

Schuh was one of a crowd of several hundred people who gathered in 94-degree heat to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Aiello Breast Center at University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center (BWMC). The party was held beneath a large white tent erected in the center’s parking lot.

Many held paper fans with which they vainly tried to beat away the heat.

Including 200 present or former breast cancer patients of the center, the crowd clustered beneath the tent to laud Joseph “Joe” Aiello, owner of JBA Chevrolet in Glen Burnie, and his wife of 56 years, Doris Aiello.

Many wore pink, a symbol of breast cancer awareness, sat at one of the festival-like booths to have pink extensions woven into their hair, or nibbled on pink cotton candy.11988571_943097519070272_3505835840127444951_n

The Aiello couple had been impressed when a friend in the car business, Creston Tate of Tate Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram, donated one million dollars for an emergency room at BWMC. Tate and his wife Betty Jane Tate later donated more money for the Tate Cancer Center at the hospital. Inspired, the Aiellos donated $250,000 to a care center at BWMC, followed in 2004 with a one million dollar gift to establish the Aiello Breast Center.

That’s not the end of the Aiello family’s largess. Near the end of the party, Joe Aiello handed BWMC president and CEO Karen Olscamp a check for $25,000, earmarked for the Aiello Breast Center.

Delegate Pamela G. Beidle, of District 32, is not a stranger to the Aiello Breast Center.

“I visit this place one a year for a mammogram,” she said. “I had a scare in 2005. I had something that had to be biopsied. So, I come back every year for a check up.”
She is among the more than 8,000 patients treated at the center since it opened.

Beidel and Schuh were joined by several local politicians and officials including State’s Attorney Wes Adams, Sheriff Ron Bateman, County Council vice chairman Pete Smith, and Maryland’s First Lady Yumi Hogan.

11986958_943097482403609_9156449193955008271_nThe First Lady paused to admire a Chevrolet Camaro decorated with bright pink swirls parked at the entrance to the tent.

Motioning towards the attendees, Mrs. Hogan said, “Their story is my story, because of my husband’s cancer.”

She stated Gov. Hogan’s health is improving. “He is doing very well. He’s staying strong.

“He says ‘Hello!'”

The center’s staff of eight, including physicians Drs. Cynthia Drogula and Barbara Urban, circulated through the festive audience.

“Because of women who’ve openly discussed their breast cancer or risks of getting breast cancer, like actress Angelina Jolie, more people are coming into the center more interested in their health,” said
Dr. Urban.

State Senator Ed Degrange, at the tail end of politicians presenting certificates, looked downcast when he saw Schuh’s professionally framed citation.11988682_943097472403610_1886850801277306662_n

Degrange’s was in a plastic folder. “Our budget’s been cut,” he joked. Offering it to Dr. Drogula, he said, “I’m sure you can frame this.”

Dr. Drogula offered the audience a message of hope. A decade ago, she said, Anne Arundel County had higher rates of breast cancer than the rest of the state and higher mortality rates. “While breast cancer rates continue to rise, rates in Anne Arundel County have dropped for the first ti
me in recorded history,” she announced.

“Awareness is getting out there. Women used to come in with advanced stages of the disease. Now, more are coming here in the early stages of breast cancer.”

Shared from Capital Gazette

JBA Chevrolet Spring Savings Event

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