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Diffee Lincoln's Test Drive Event To Benefit El Reno HS Students

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The "Driven To Give" event will take place at Jenks Simmons Fieldhouse, located at 214 N. Country Club Road in El Reno. The "Driven To Give" event will take place at Jenks Simmons Fieldhouse, located at 214 N. Country Club Road in El Reno.
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Diffee Lincoln will be hosting a test-drive event on Friday, April 4 to help benefit El Reno High School students and their families affected by recent tragedies.

The "Driven To Give" event will take place at Jenks Simmons Fieldhouse, located at 214 N. Country Club Road in El Reno.

Learn more about Diffee Lincoln and the test-drive event.

Event organizers say for every test-drive taken at this event, Lincoln and Diffee Lincoln will donate $20, up to $6,000 (300 test-drives) to students and families who were affected by the recent tragedies.

If you take a second test drive in a 2014 Lincoln MKX, another $20, up to $2,000 (100 test-drives,) will be donated.

The tight-knit El Reno community was rattled in March when two separate tragic accidents took the lives of two El Reno High School students and injured several others.

3/15/2014 Related Story: El Reno Community Comes Together To Support Crash Victims

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