Mercedes-Benz of Farmington Sale Benefits Primary Children’s Hospital Patients

July 24th, 2018 by

Children like Nellie and Harrison are the reason that Mercedes-Benz of Farmington is holding our first annual Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital Sale. From Monday, July 23 – Saturday July 28, Mercedes-Benz of Farmington will make a donation for every new or pre-owned vehicle we sell to the Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital (PCH).

It’s the time of year that we dig especially deep into our pricing and offer additional savings off of our Mercedes-Benz of Farmington ONE PRICE®.

Weekend Festivities

Since this is a sale with children in mind, there will be some fun activities for children and families to enjoy on Friday and Saturday during the sale week. All day both Friday and Saturday (10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) there will be a children’s bounce house. On Saturday from 3-5 p.m. we’ll be serving up ice cream.

About Primary Children’s Hospital

Primary Children’s Hospital is a full-service, 289-bed hospital that cares for children from birth through age 21. It is the region’s only Level 1 pediatric trauma center and it serves children without regard to race, religion or the ability to pay.

Nellie and Harrison

The hospital’s patients include children like eight-year-old Nellie, who has an extremely rare condition – Dense Deposit Disease – that prevents her body from filtering toxins out of her blood. Primary Children’s Hospital has given Nellie and her parents the treatment and tools so she can live a full life.

It was just a fever and stomach ache that put nine-year-old Harrison in the hospital where an observant physician caught the signs of Kawasaki’s disease. Harrison underwent a heart transplant at PCH and Harrison says “My heart is feeling good because it doesn’t hurt.”

Mercedes-Benz of Farmington wants to ensure there will be financial help available for Nellie, Harrison and hundreds of other children who need medical services. This sales event – which we hope to have every year – is our way of pushing toward that goal. You can learn more at

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