Pendleton, Indiana - New Fords were lined up all across the entrance of Pendleton Heights high School Saturday to, not only give people a chance to drive and learn about the new Ford cars and trucks, but to help the school raise money for various school projects.
Today Myers Auto World of Anderson, Indiana supplied the line-up of new Ford’s at PHHS which included some of the most popular cars and trucks on the market today. There were several new of Ford’s new Focus on hand as well as Ford’s F-150 and the ever popular Ford Mustang.
Mary Jamerson, company President of Myers Auto World, spoke about Ford’s program at PHHS. On top of the $6,000 possible award to schools for driving a new Ford there’s an extra bonus when people also take a spin the new Focus.
About The Program
Ford test drives benefit community schools
Ford dealers throughout the country are introducing new products to consumers in a special way that not only helps raise awareness and consideration for the Ford brand but also helps support community schools. Participants in the “Drive One 4 UR School” program can test-drive a Ford Flex, Focus or other new Ford vehicle and help raise much-needed funding for their local high school. For each test-drive taken at the one-day events, Ford and participating dealers donate $20 (up to a total of $6,000) to fund special projects and activities at the designated school.