Test driving a Ford next Saturday, Sept. 24, could be a big play for Warren County High School’s football team.
As part of a Ford-sponsored program called Drive One 4 UR School, each test drive will earn a $20 donation to the football team. And, as an added incentive, the donation can reach $8,000, which is more than the usual $6,000 limit.
“If we get up to 200 people to test drive a Focus, Ford will donate an extra $2,000,” said Kidd Ford owner Terry Kidd, who noted the Focus is extremely popular because of its fuel economy and roomy interior.
It will be the seventh time Kidd Ford Lincoln on Manchester Highway has held the promotion. The last one benefited WCHS softball.
The event will be held at the dealership next Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It’s a program Kidd Ford owner Terry Kidd is pleased to offer.
“I’m a big supporter of high school athletics and $8,000 will be a big help to the football team,” said Kidd. “We need everybody to come out and take a quick test drive so we can get this money to the school. It will be nice to get people acquainted with the new Fords, and it will be nice to help the football team too.”
The Drive One 4UR School promotion is an easy way to make a monetary donation to the football program without paying any money. All it takes is a quick test drive, Kidd says.
Since launching in December 2007, more than 460 Drive One 4 UR School events have taken place nationwide, raising more than $1.3 million in support of extracurricular and sporting activities.