Thanks to the “ReStore My Ride” campaign sponsored by the tri-state Toyota dealers and the Delaware Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStores, Nicole Zerbini is driving away with a two-year lease for a 2018 Toyota Camry.

The new promotional campaign aimed to raise awareness and increase donations for the Habitat for Humanity ReStores across the Delaware Valley. Zerbini entered the contest at her local ReStore location near Quakertown.

“I love being able to shop and support such a great cause in my community,” Zerbini said. “Winning the lease of a Toyota Camry has been such a blessing for us. We are extremely grateful and proud to be a part of a cause that is so life changing for others.”

Habitat for Humanity ReStores throughout the Delaware Valley partnered with one another, as well as outside companies, in order to develop the program.

“Pooling our resources together as a local ReStores group, we are able to reach more of our community” Greg Bradley of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia said.“Working together as a group while partnering with Comcast Spotlight cable and a brand like Toyota has enhanced and amplified our collective ability to increase the success of our Habitat for Humanity mission here in the Delaware Valley.”

The “ReStore My Ride” promotional campaign proved to be a great success. It wracked up over 2,000 entries and boosted the Delaware Valley ReStore locations donation average. Donations increased anywhere from +10% to +105% when compared to the numbers of 2017.

Zerbini will receive her Camry at 4:00 PM on Wednesday, during an event celebrating the campaign. The event will be held at the Habitat ReStore location at 200 Blair Mill Road in Horsham PA.

ReStores are independently owned locations where people can buy new and lightly used furniture for home improvement at a much lower price than retail stores. Proceeds are used to help Habitat for Humanity pursue its mission of providing affordable housing.

To support Habitat for Humanity ReStores in the Delaware Valley, visit DelValReStores.org.

WBCB’s Molly Shelly contributed to this post.