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Mike Patton raises money for THS

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Employees of Mike Patton Auto family present a check of funds raised during the Ram Gridiron Challenge Fundraiser to Troup High School, which will go toward its football program.

http://lagrangenews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/10/web1_WEB1026gridiron.jpgEmployees of Mike Patton Auto family present a check of funds raised during the Ram Gridiron Challenge Fundraiser to Troup High School, which will go toward its football program.

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LaGRANGE — On Aug. 20, Troup High School families and fans participated in the Ram Gridiron Challenge Fundraiser and raised $1,860 for the school’s football program.

The Ram truck brand contributed $20 for each test drive in a new Ram truck. The class of 2017 was also awarded $500 from Ram truck brand for completing the most test drives during the event.

“We always enjoy the opportunity to get out into the community and give something back,” said Brian Patton, owner at Mike Patton Auto Family. “We had a great turnout for the Ram Gridiron Challenge Fundraiser. It was a pleasure to work with parents, students and fans of Troup High School football. On behalf of the dealership and Ram trucks, I would like to thank them for taking the time to test drive and for supporting the Tigers.”

Since 1993, FCA US LLC — formerly Chrysler Group LLC — has helped raise more than $6 million for education and student enrichment through test drive programs like the Ram Gridiron Challenge Fundraiser.

From a press release submitted by Mike Patton Auto Family.