Chrysler's Latest Initiative: Drive For The Kids

Is it true that you are looking for another approach to raise cash to uphold important systems and exercises at your kid's school? With continuous commitment of Chrysler, which backs kids and families in many different ways, you can now win cash for your school by test-driving a new minivan! Drive For The Kids is a project made through a partnership between Chrysler, area dealerships, and school associations like PTA or sponsor clubs.

The mechanics of it

The parts are noticeably basic. Drive For The Kids is orchestrated in conjunction with an alternate event for the school. Actively present people at the gathering / tallent show / fair / bake sales / auto wash (you catch our drift) who have their license and are over the age of 18 can take a test drive in a 2013 Chrysler Town & Country minivan. Every test drive gains $10 for the school. Resembles a low overhead approach to raise some cash!

It's a collaboration

The occasion is supported by a school-partnered group who help plan the drive, advertise it in the community and  oversee the logistics of the event. Your neighborhood Chrysler dealership gives the vehicles and insurance plus dealership volunteers to help folks. Chrysler likewise furnishes help and materials for this fun day. It is a collaboration that yields extraordinary results.

Here at Akins Dodge Chrysler Jeep, at 220 West May St. in Winder, GA, are very amped up for the long-standing accomplishment of the Drive For The Kids program, which has helped schools around the nation raise money that equal near $5 million. Intrigued by an organization? Look at the Drive For The Kids site to start arranging. What's more, as you've got Chrysler and autos on your mind, stop by the dealership and study more about the new Chrysler models to suit each lifestyle.

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