Car Dealer, Lafayette High School Raising Money For Programs

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Updated: 4/23/2012 12:04 pm
Paul Miller Ford and Lafayette High School are teaming up to help high schools fund several programs, including athletics and music.

Ford Motor Company partners with high schools across the United States to offer the drive one four your school program.
Paul Miller Ford and Lafayette High School wil host their Drive One 4 UR School event Saturday, April 28, at Lafayette High School. The event runs from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.

During the event, Paul Miller offers cars to be test driven, and the high school organizes the event. For every valid test drive completed, Ford donates $20.00 to the participating high school, up to $6,000.00 for each school. Ford hopes to raise $1 million for high schools nationwide.

The initiative has raised more than $10 million through nearly 3,000 events since it began in 2007.

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