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Local Car Dealership Partners With Edmond School To Raise $5,000

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You can help out a local high school, by simply donating your time and a test drive.

From January 13th to February 13th, Jim Norton Toyota of Oklahoma City, located at 8401 Northwest Expressway, will be hosting a fundraising drive for Edmond Santa Fe High School called "Drive for Education".

To help, all you have to do is download this form: Drive For Education Form.  Fill it out and take it to Jim Norton Toyota of Oklahoma City.  You will be greeted by the receptionist and taken for on a test drive.

Once 150 people associated with Santa Fe High School have completed a test drive. Jim Norton Toyota will present Edmond Schools with a $5,000.00 check.

This is one of several community partnerships that Jim Norton Toyota of OKC plans to pursue to continue support of local schools

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