Valdosta High School Press Release
VALDOSTA, GA- The Valdosta High School (VHS) Marchin' Cats invites the Valdosta community to Drive One 4UR School at Langdale Ford, September 21, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Drive One 4UR School is a program designed to help raise money for schools through test drive events. According to the Ford website, the program got its start in 2007 and has become Ford's most successful test drive initiative ever with some 1,500 events held in 49 states since then, acquiring over 255,000 test drives-and raising more than $5 million for extracurricular activities across the country.
Langdale Ford and VHS have partnered up to reach a goal of $6,000 for the VHS band program. On the day of the event supporters of VHS are invited to test drive select Ford vehicles. Once each valid test drive is completed Langdale Ford will donate $20 to the VHS band program. The VHS Marchin' Cats have an outstanding history of success on local, state and national levels.
Everyone is invited to Langdale Ford to help support the VHS band at 215 West Magnolia Street, in Valdosta. This is an easy way to show support for VHS and has the potential to be a very successful fundraiser with the help of the community.
Refreshments will be served all day. Participants must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid driver's license at the time of the test drive.
The fundraiser is limited to one driver per household. VHS Marchin' Cats would like to thank Langdale Ford for this great opportunity and hopes that all of their supporters will Drive One 4UR School
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