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Subaru has teamed up with CBS Radio and the Learn, Love and Rock campaign to provide students with school supplies donated by the public.Sponsored By Subaru

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – It’s back-to-school time, and Subaru America, in partnership with CBS Radio and the Learn, Love and Rock campaign, are encouraging folks to donate school supplies to Subaru retailers around Southern California (as far South as Orange County and as far North as Ventura) in an effort to help local students as they kick off the new academic year.

As if helping the local community with school supplies weren’t its own reward, parents and children will be eligible to enter their school to win the grand prize of an exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime concert with singer and producer Charlie Puth, known for the song “See You Again, a tribute to the late Paul Walker he co-produced and performed with Wiz Khalifa.

Subaru will also step up even further and donate $10,000 to the winning school’s music program. Schools that miss out on the grand prize still have a chance to win a school supply match up to $2,000 and a $5,000 donation to their music program for the second place finish, or a school supply match (up to $2,000) for third place – all donated by Subaru.

Show your love at a local Subaru retailer and together we can all make a difference in the lives of our local students. Learn more at


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