This year, Surrey Honda will be partnering with CTV Vancouver, 94.5 Virgin Radio, 103.5 QMFM, and TSN 1040 to build Toy Mountain, benefiting The Salvation Army of BC.

Last year, Toy Mountain collected over 10,000 toys and received close to $76,000 in donations!

Thanks to the generosity from customers like you, The Salvation Army of BC was able to offer families in need a Christmas morning with presents under the tree!

Surrey Honda would love for you to support the cause this year by bringing in an unwrapped new toy valued at $25.00 or higher to our dealership before December 5, 2019.

Our goal is to make this year’s fundraiser bigger and better than ever by filling 5 Honda Odyssey vans to give every family the experience of presents under the tree.

Please help us build Toy Mountain. Should you have any questions about making your donation, please don't hesitate to give us a call at 604-583-7421.

We thank you for your support and want to wish you and your family a happy holiday season!
Nasir Kamrudin


General Manager

Surrey Honda






.... isn't that  the question!?!

We are holding our AGM soon and this is topic #1!

What do we do next that will continue to focus our team... YOU... to continue to raise money to make a difference in cancer outcomes for generations to come?

Don't be shy to send your ideas in to us as we can't think of everything!

Thanks for all you do!





I have a freind looking for a used tri bike in good shape.  Mens 54 to 56 CM frme.

Hard to find anythinh in Prince George, so I thought I'd reach out to the R2S family to see if anyone is thinking about trading up and has a used steed for sale.

Message me and I'll hook up the introductions if you have one you're looking to move on.

Cheers from chilly PG



Hi Ride2Survive Family

I'm reaching out to you on behalf of a very young Delta neighbor in a tough spot with his cancer situation. One of our past riders told me about this situation and I offered to share it with our Ride2Survive family.

Three of our team mates, Paul Janzen, Dave Peerless and Emilio Chiarizia had the honor or meeting 8 year old Cameron on the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley ride a few weeks ago.  

Cameron's condition is not good. He and his family are in the fight of his life right now and are into the constant trips to Children's Hospital for treatment. They are unable to work and as you can imagine, they are in an emotional and financial hell-hole.  

Family friends of the Bulger's have organized 2 ways to help the family out.

1. Contribute to Cameron's go-fund-me page here

2. In the Delta area, come to a pub night at the Sundowner on Nov 2nd

Thanks, and... damn I hate this disease!



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