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Community Involvement

Baxter Auto remains a family-owned and locally-operated business, so we value any opportunity to give back to our neighbors.

Tal Anderson, the founder of Baxter, was passionate about serving the community. Those values continue to be at the core of Baxter and we've created lasting relationships with organizations throughout Omaha. 

We support efforts to build stronger communities, showing gratitude for all the community has done to support our dealerships throughout the years. We serve the well-being of our customers, employees, and the neighborhoods where they live and work. 

At Baxter, we see our involvement as a way to step out and support our community. We look forward to participating in many local events in 2017:

Omaha Children's Museum

Imagination - Celebrating 40 Years of Play
October 15, 2016 - April 16, 2017
The Omaha Children's Museum is bringing back the fan favorite exhibits from the past 40 years. Baxter Subaru is proud to help sponsor this anniversary event. Until April 16, 2017 stop in to visit the dentist chair from the 70s, the news desk from the 80s or see the Itty Bitty City and Once Upon a Farm again.

Creighton Men's Basketball

November 2016 - March 2017
Lexus of Omaha sponsors the halftime promotion of the Creighton University Men's Basketball team.

UNO Mavericks Hockey
October 2016 - March 2017
Baxter Auto sponsors the UNO Mavericks Hockey team throughout the year. The Mavericks play at home in the Baxter Arena.

UNO Men's Basketball

November 2016 - March 2017
Baxter Auto is proud to sponsor the UNO Men's Basketball team throughout their 2016-2017 season.

Avenue Scholars Foundation

January - December 2017
Baxter Auto is proud to partner with the Avenue Scholars Foundation. This is an Omaha-area program that helps prepare students for high skill/high demand careers. Employees at Mercedes-Benz of Omaha have had he privilege of working alongside these talented and hard-working students. Baxter is honored to have been named the Avenue Scholars Foundation's 2016 Community Partner of the Year.

Omaha Public School's Transition Program

August 2016 - May 2017
The Transition Program offers a variety of services for secondary students with disabilities between the ages of 18 and 21 who have completed their high school program with a certificate of completion or who have not received their high school diploma. The program involves collaborative efforts from the student, the student's family and school staff to build a plan that will address the students' individual needs for life after high school.