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Bedford Cancer Foundation and Shelbyville Ford Support Drive 4UR Community Event

press release from Bedford Cancer Foundation

The Bedford Cancer Foundation is extremely pleased to announce that once again Shelbyville Ford and Bedford Cancer Foundation are partnering together as part of Ford Motor Company's DRIVE 4 UR COMMUNITY event. This is an event that will help raise up to $6,000 for The Bedford Cancer Foundation. The Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) local county based organization that helps Bedford County residents who have cancer and need financial assistance due to their having cancer.

The DRIVE 4 UR COMMUNITY event will take place during the Walking For Cancer Horse Show on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at Champions Arena on The Celebration Show grounds.  For every person who participates on this one day, Ford Motor Company and Shelbyville Ford will donate $20 up to $6,000 to The Bedford Cancer Foundation. Last year we did reach our goaand had over 300 people register.

This is a NO PRESSURE event. Come by, view the vehicles which Shellbyville Forwill have on

site, sit in one or several,or test drive one. By participating, you will help raise funds for this very worthy cause. The vehicles and registration desk will blocated just inside the show grounds starting at 3:00 pm and will be there during the horse show scheduled to start at 5:00 pm.

Participants must be 18 or older and have a valid driver's license. Limit one test drive and registration per household.

This is a wonderful opportunity to view beautiful new cars and trucks and to help a local cancer foundation andlocal cancer patients.

For further information, go to or

You may also call Wendy Stacy, Shelbyville Ford at 931-685-8000 or Event Chairman, Barbara Pate at 931-639-4080 or Virginia Stewart as listed below.


Virginia L. Stewart

Bedford Cancer Foundation Res:   931-735-6262

Cell: 504-494-0659

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