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Spring 2018 Drive & Thrive: Car Giveaway - Graduation Edition

Spring 2018 Drive & Thrive: Car Giveaway - Graduation Edition

What could be better than helping our graduating seniors go far? Not much, if you ask us! Elite Auto Experts is teaming up with Cy-Hope, a local non-profit organization dedicated to helping Cy-Fair area youth, for our Drive & Thrive Car Giveaway: Graduation Edition! This coming May, one lucky CFISD graduating student will win a fully restored Ford Fusion to get on the road to college or start an exciting career. It's our way of showing that we care about our amazing community. We want to give back, and giving our graduating seniors a hand (or rather, as set of car keys) as they embark on an exciting future is our way of doing just that. A complete restoration of the giveaway vehicle is underway as we speak! The talented body shop technicians at Elite Auto Experts are working hard to make the car look and drive like new! The vehicle will feature low mileage (so you can go extra-far as you embark on your college education or career!) and the first year of oil changes is on us! WHO ... read more

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Holidays 2017 Drive & Thrive: Car Giveaway & Toy Drive

Holidays 2017 Drive & Thrive: Car Giveaway & Toy Drive

Family devastated by Harvey wins giveaway car 2017 was a tough year for the Gomez family. Like so many Houston-area residents, the family of five was devastated by Hurricane Harvey. In a matter of hours, their Cy-Fair home and two vehicles were flooded. Just like that, their sense of security and their very livelihood was washed away. "No matter how hard we tried to get the vehicles to higher ground, it just didn't work," Gomez said. "Water got into the house, too. We had just bought new couches and beds. In the end, it all had to go." In Harvey's aftermath, Gomez found herself unable to work due to a lack of transportation. Her husband was no longer able to operate his landscaping business because he had no means of hauling a trailer with equipment. Getting three teens to various after-school activities became next to impossible. Adding to the Gomez family's woes was the accidental discarding of garbage bags filled with the teens' belongings whe ... read more

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