On Earth Day (April 22nd), HGregoire, in collaboration with Tree Canada, will launch the 3rd edition of its “Buy a car, plant a tree” campaign. From April 22nd to May 22nd, HGregoire will therefore plant a tree for each car sold.
On its last edition, HGregoire planted almost 800 red oaks in the Outaouais region, near Kazabazua, in the Vallée-de-la-Gatineau MRC, to replace the jack pines affected by a fungus infection. With this initiative, HGregoire, with the help of its clients, therefore planted nearly 1,300 trees in the recent years.
« Being always involved in our community, we support causes that are important to us, including the environment and air quality. That’s why, as a leader in the industry, we want to continue to participate in the preservation of our forests, in partnership with Tree Canada”, explained John Hairabedian, president of HGregoire.
This year, HGregoire hopes to plant around 800 trees again and thus help clean up the air we breathe.
Founded in 1993, HGregoire, with its headquarters in Saint-Eustache, employs more than 1,000 people in both Canada and the U.S.A. HGregoire has the largest inventory of pre-owned vehicles in Canada, making them to be the leader in used vehicle sales. Winner of the Consumer Choice Award for the 13th consecutive year, this family banner has 17 dealerships in Quebec and 3 in Florida, offering both used and new vehicles. Its mission is to ensure that clients have access to quality cars at the best possible prices thanks to a rigorous purchasing and selling protocol, which is based on transparency and reliability. For more information on its distinctive journey, visit www.hgregoire.com.
About Tree Canada
For 25 years, Tree Canada has engaged communities, governments, corporations, and individuals in the pursuit of a greener and healthier living environment for Canadians. Under the direction of our volunteer board of directors, we provide Canadians with education, technical expertise, and resources to plant and care for urban and rural trees. We’ve planted over 80 million trees and greened more than 600 schoolyards across the country.