Schools Benefit Even more from Chrysler’s 2014 Drive for the Kids Program
Chrysler’s 2014 Drive for the Kids program paired up dealerships with schools in their communities, in an attempt to get butts in seats for test drives and to award schools well-deserved funding. The concept was pretty simple: the school and the partnering dealership hosted a test drive event on school grounds, and for every test drive completed in a Chrysler Town & Country minivan, Chrysler donated $10 to the school.
From all the competing schools, Chrysler determined the top performing group in each of five regions in the country. Those five schools, which collectively earned $20,000 from Chrysler, will earn another $5,000 each for their top performance.
Winning schools include the following:
- Arma J. Shull Elementary School in San Dimas, California (Western Region)
- Hallsville Intermediate School in Hallsville, Texas (Central Region)
- Mount Ayr Middle School in Mount Ayr, Iowa (Midwest Region)
- Most Holy Rosary School in Syracuse, New York (Northeast Region)
- South Cumberland Elementary School in Crossville, Tennessee (Southeast Region)
Congrats to these five schools and to all schools who benefited from the 2014 Drive for the Kids program.