‘Drive 4 Ur Community’ to benefit Cancer Network of Sanders County

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While you are out having fun at the Sanders County Garage Sale-ing, make a quick stop at Rehbein Ford in Plains on June 24. This is your opportunity to test drive a brand new Ford vehicle and donate to Cancer Network of Sanders County at the same time. Want to know how easy and fun it is to donate that $20? Just show up at Rehbein Ford sometime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., fill in a short survey and take a new Ford car or truck for a test drive. Only one person per address qualifies and you must possess a current driver’s license. Ford Motor Company will send us $20/person for your efforts. They offer up to $6,000 for this event, so we could really use 300 people to do the test drive! Being able to host this event is kind of a big thing, Ford Motor Company does not back this event for just any Ford dealership. Rehbein Ford had to apply for this event months ago. Our past success and enthusiastic participation in the community is one reason why we are able to make this an annual event.

Last year, CNSC received a check for nearly $2,000 – a wonderful donation, but what that means is that we left over half of the potential money - $4,000 - on the table unclaimed! We can do better than that, right? If you are thinking that the gang at Rehbein Ford is going to be twisting arms to sell you a new car, put your mind at rest on that issue. Rehbein Ford employees will be available to take you on your test drive, answer any questions you may have and that is all. They certainly will entertain inquiries about a purchase, but you will have to initiate that conversation. No hard sell efforts will be going on.

This event generates funds for CNSC to give back in the form of gifts to anyone who is a Sanders County resident currently undergoing treatment for cancer. Currently, we are able to give an $800 gift. So, please come take a short test drive and help your neighbors in Sanders County who are in need of a little financial assistance.

If you would like any additional information or if you have any questions, call 826-3381 and ask for Heidi or Pete, or call 826-4278 and Kathy will be glad to help you.

Kathy Miller

Plains

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