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Brotherton Buick GMC Cadillac Invites Residents to Take the Wheel at Raising $10,000 to Support Communities in Schools of Renton

 Renton, November 22 – Brotherton Buick GMC Cadillac will host a one-day test-drive event to help raise thousands of dollars for Communities in Schools of Renton. It’s all part of the Buick Drive For Your Students event taking place from 9-5 on Saturday, November 22nd at the Renton Stadium.

“The Buick Drive for Your Students event presents a dynamic opportunity to support students in the Renton community, whose growth and development are of great value to the local community and state as a whole,” said Brad Brotherton, owner of Brotherton Cadillac Buick GMC.  “We are thrilled to play a role in accelerating students’ futures.”

Buick will donate $10 to the fund for every participant who test-drives a new Buick. If there are more than 100 test drives, Buick will double its donation to $20 per valid test drive. Up to $10,000 can be raised for schools.

“I’d like to thank Brad Brotherton and his staff for the commitment to our community, students and schools and their efforts in this regard,” said Jay Leviton, Executive Director Career and Technical Education / Transportation for Renton Schools. “It’s exciting to see a local business committed to students and putting resources behind the commitment.  I’m looking forward to energizing our community, watch as they experience the feeling of a new automobile, dream about the possibilities, and support students and schools in the process!”

Participants must be 21 or older, possess a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance.

The Buick Drive for Your Students event is representative of the luxury brand’s commitment to academic achievement and builds off the success of The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program. Funded by the GM Foundation, Buick Achievers Scholarship awards 100 renewable scholarships of up to $25,000 per year. Since its inception in 2011, the program has awarded nearly $16.5 million to approximately 3,300 exceptional students.