Saturn SKY Charity Auction on June 3rd with a Starting Bid of Just $5,000

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Saturn of West County and Saturn of South County will each be auctioning off a Saturn SKY to benefit the Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition on June 3rd.

In honor of May being National Foster Care Month, Saturn of South County and Saturn of West County announced today that they are teaming up with the Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition to conduct live auctions of the brand new Saturn SKY convertible.

Saturn's new, two-seater roadster called the SKY is a limited production vehicle with retailers nationwide only getting one or two a month. With a MSRP of a fully equipped SKY under $27,000, many Saturn stores have waiting lists of 50 to 100 people.

Saturn of West County and Saturn of South County decided the fairest way to sell their highly sought after roadsters would be to auction them off with any amount over the MSRP going directly to the Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition. (The winning bidder will get any tax deduction.) By auctioning off the vehicles the Jim Butler Saturn stores hope to raise money for the over 1000 foster and adoptive children waiting for homes, while simultaneously helping a few lucky bidders who have been waiting to get a SKY.

Auction Details:

11AM on June 3rd

Saturn of West County

Manchester and 141

636-256-9600

http://SaturnofWestCounty.com
Contact: Mike Terreri

1PM on June 3rd

Saturn of South County

S. Lindbergh and I-55

314-892-9600

http://SaturnofSouthCounty.com
Contact: Rick Kern

About the Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition:

http://fosteradopt.org                                    
Melanie Scheetz (314) 340-3434

The Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition is a non-profit agency, founded in 1989 with the support of the United Way of Greater St. Louis and is one of the few St. Louis charities recognized by the Better Business Bureau as an honor roll charity. Their mission is to create permanency in every foster child’s life by recruiting and supporting foster/adoptive homes in the St. Louis metropolitan community. Currently there are over 1000 children waiting for foster/adoptive families to call their own.

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Malinda Terreri