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Help Ford Motor Co. Drive Cash to BGCLS

September 9, 2011

The Drive One 4 UR Community program was developed as a fun, engaging way to help non-profit community groups raise money to support their programs and activities. Ford and Lincoln Mercury Dealerships partner with local high schools to conduct test-drive fund raising events. For every valid test-drive completed, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to the participating community group, up to $6,000!

Participants in the Connors 5k Wiener Run on Saturday-September 17th will have the opportunity to test drive as many as 10 new Fords and the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Shore gets $20 for every test drive you take — of every model they have available on race day. What a great way to help out the BGCLS just by giving a few minutes of your time to get behind the wheel and drive a new car. How cool is that?

We’ll have a special stand set up on the morning of the race to provide you with all the details. Just bring your valid driver’s license (must be 18 to participate) with you and get ready to take in that “new car smell.” Help us maximize that $6,000 goal just by test-driving a new Ford!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Phil Terrano permalink
    September 17, 2011 7:57 pm

    Jeff: I haven’t participated in such a well organized and fun event, of any distance, in thirty five years of running! Thanks for all your efforts, as well as all who supported it. Matt and his friends also had a wonderful time. Thanks again. Phil Terrano

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