Boosters, Scarff Ford to conduct ‘Drive One 4 UR School’ event

The Auburn Mountainview Parent Booster Club, in partnership with Scarff Ford of Auburn, will present “Drive One 4 UR School” – a test-driving opportunity for those who want to check out the various models and aid student programs at the school.

  • Wednesday, October 8, 2008 12:00am
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The Auburn Mountainview Parent Booster Club, in partnership with Scarff Ford of Auburn, will present “Drive One 4 UR School” – a test-driving opportunity for those who want to check out the various models and aid student programs at the school.

Drivers, 18 and older, are welcome to test-drive any one of eight Ford models prior to the school’s Oct. 18 football game at Auburn Memorial Stadium. The test drives will begin at the west parking lot at 1 p.m. Scarff staff will be on site to show the models and provide test drives.

For everyone who participates in a test drive and survey, Scarff Ford will contribute $20 to the booster club, which is splitting the proceeds with the school’s many clubs – from cheerleading to lacrosse, orchestra to multi-cultural clubs.

Participants can designate which club they wish to support in the survey.

The Lions will host Sumner at 7 p.m. The school also is recognizing seniors who participated in fall sports and other activities.

Participants must have a valid driver’s license. No children please, and there is a limit of one entry per family.


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