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Date:4/3/2009

Persons over 50 are fastest emerging carriers of HIV/AIDS in the U.S.

- Help Fight AIDS in Your City. Support Dining Out For Life, Thursday, April 30 -

PHILADELPHIA, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Make a reservation to go out to eat on April 30, 2009 and know you are helping in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Dining Out For Life(SM) hosted by Subaru is a one-day fundraiser that generated over $3.9 million in donations for AIDS service providers across North America last year.

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On April 30, more than 3,500 restaurants in 55 cities will donate a generous percent of daily proceeds to an AIDS service provider. Money raised in each city stays in that city. "I'm privileged to be involved with Dining Out, especially at a time when many people wrongly believe the HIV/AIDS crisis no longer is a crisis," explained Dining Out For Life spokesperson and Food Network star Ted Allen. In fact, the fastest emerging carriers are people age 50 or over, who make up about 10-15 percent of all people living with HIV/AIDS in the United States. Certain prescription drugs are believed to be contributing to increased rates of sexual activity and sexually transmitted diseases among older people who may not be protecting themselves from HIV transmission.

"Subaru has a long history of supporting events that resonate with our customers, so this sponsorship is a terrific fit for our company and its ideals," said Tim Mahoney, senior vice president and CMO for Subaru of America, Inc. "We are honored to once again be a partner in the Dining Out For Life event."

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