42 parents and guests each earned a $10 contribution to the school from Chrysler by taking a brief test drive in a Town & Country, the companyâ€™s award winning minivan. Country Auto Center supplied the vehicles, and volunteers from the dealership were on hand to assist in the fundraising drives.
â€śDrive for the Kids is a mutually beneficial program. Weâ€™re pleased to support our local schools, and enjoy demonstrating a great product,â€ť said Joe Martin Jr., owner of Country Auto Center. â€śParents are genuinely interested in testing the minivans, and we are happy to help raise extra dollars for the school. We all work together for the kids. Everyone has a great time.â€ť
Chrysler supports schools in the communities where the company does business. Since Drive for the Kids was introduced in 1993, Chrysler dealers have worked with parents and educators in communities across the nation. Chrysler has contributed over $3.5 million for student needs from playgrounds and field trips to reading programs and computers.
Pictured:Â Joe Martin Jr., Levi Crawford, Meghan Scott, Caleb Gawronski, and Jeff Oâ€™Dell