Omaha, NE (PRWEB) October 15, 2011
Diers Ford in Fremont is helping once again, showing their community commitment to education with Ford Motor Company Sponsoring:
(Drive 4 your school)
Stop by and take a test drive in a New Ford Omaha and Ford Motor Company will step up and donate up to $6,000 to any school. The more people from a school that drive, the more money for that school. So everyone in Nebraska, head to Diers Ford this weekend and drive for education and help raise money for community schools. The event offers a great opportunity to purchase a Used Ford Omaha.
The Diers company has the best team of people, who appreciate the value of a customer and have been lead by one of the best Leaders in the industry, Chuck Diers himself.
Chuck Diers is hands on and Loves to help others. His family has been in the automotive industry for seventy years, and he is very excited to be able to give back to his community through this event. Chuck asks that everyone come on down and see for themselves what a wonderful time it will be.
“The lot is full of brand new Fords and ready to go. We have a vast selection of Used Cars Omaha to choose from, and the drive is not bad at all. This is a great chance for schools in and around our county, so everyone join in on the fun at Diers Ford Freemont this weekend.
This time of year the weather is delightful. Just to enjoy the day would be great. Take that to the next level and include a test drive in your next new or used car and to have some fun would be amazing. The whole time we are raising money for your schools, you're helping others. Helping others always comes back to you, and we have helped our share and will continue.” - Chuck Diers / Owner Operator
The ownership of a new vehicle is unmatchable. It's up there as one of the biggest purchases of a person's life, and Diers Ford knows just how important it is to get a quality experience out of that next purchase. They take as little or as much time as is required and know how to tell the difference. They also realize this weekend is to help schools raise educational money and many may not be there to buy a car, but to help the community. They know and are ready to help raise that money for schools. Come on down, join the fun, and, who knows, maybe buy a new car.
Writer: Theodore J Price