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Sunbelt Ford raises money for the Albany High Football team

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Sunbelt Ford of Albany donated 46-hundred dollars at Albany High School. The coach says the team has plenty of plans for the money.

"This fundraiser will allow us to offset some of our fees such as banquets, letterman jackets, and get kids to camp, so it's the biggest fundraiser thus far, and it's greatly gonna benefit our football program here at Albany High School," says Felton Williams, Albany High Head Coach.

"It makes us feel good that we can reach out into the community and show the community and the school system that we want to help,"says Michael Ervin, Sales Manager.

As part of Ford's Drive for Your School program, Ford donated 20 dollars for every person who came in to test drive a car one day last month.

They've made similar donations to other area high schools.

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