AutoNation Inc., America’s largest automotive retailer, announced that as part of a larger partnership with the William S. Hart Union High School District, it will be donating a vehicle to the Wm. S. Hart Education Foundation (WiSH) in support of programs and initiatives for students.
The WiSH Education Foundation will be raffling off the vehicle to the public in order to raise funds for the foundation. E- Raffle tickets can be purchased for $25 each with no limit and are currently on sale at www.WiSHscv.org, along with all rules and regulations. WiSH is proud to partner with AutoNation. The prize vehicle has an MSRP of over $18,000 and the raffle is open to all community members. The drawing will take place in March 31 and winners need not be present.
WiSH is a 501(c)3 founded to provide funding to the schools of the Wm. S. Hart School District. We fund programs and initiatives that are not funded by tax dollars alone. WiSH welcomes your involvement and partnership; investment in WiSH is an investment in your future employees! Please contact Amy Daniels, Executive Director, at WiSH@hartdistrict.org for more information.
About AutoNation, Inc.
AutoNation is America’s largest automotive retailer, currently owning and operating 342 new vehicle franchises from coast to coast. AutoNation sold its 10 millionth vehicle in 2015, the first automotive retailer to reach this milestone. AutoNation is also the only automotive retailer to guarantee every vehicle retailed is recall-free. A commitment to delivering a peerless experience through customer-focused sales and service processes is what drives AutoNation’s success. In 2015, AutoNation committed $1,000,000 to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through its Drive Pink Campaign. AutoNation is transforming the automotive industry through bold leadership, technology and innovation.
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