Our Memorial Day Sales Event is happening NOW through JUNE 1st! Up to $5800 cash back on all new Fords, including the 4 offers listed below.
Join us for the 12th Annual Allan Vigil Golf Classic, supporting the Children’s Programs of Arts Clayton. Proceeds from the event benefit the Arts Clayton’s Children’s Art Initiative “Read to Succeed Through the Arts” Mobile Learning Lab, serving more than 40,000 children annually in the community.
The event will be on Tuesday, June 30, at Eagle’s Landing Country Club in Stockbridge, Georgia. Registration and activities will begin at 9:00 am and Tee-Off at 11:00 am.
We will be holding a PAR 3 Challenge, Yellow Ball Game, a Hole in One prize at every PAR 3, and a 19th Hole $100 gas card prize drawing from Allan Vigil Ford Lincoln.
Come visit the 19th Hole Celebration for refreshments, yellow ball drawing, and fabulous prizes, featuring Bridgestone Golf products!
First Prize (4) – Golf Bag
Second Prize (4) – Driver with Cover
Third Prize (4) – Wedge
Longest Drive – Golf Bag
Ladies Longest Drive – Ladies Golf Bag
Closest to the Pin – Driver
To enter as a team or sponsor, please register HERE before June 21.
Don’t miss out on this incredible event happening May 15-25 at Allan Vigil Ford Lincoln and Allan Vigil Ford of Fayetteville! This is the best deal we’ve ever seen, so high traffic is expected. We highly encourage you to make an appointment! To contact the Fayetteville location please call 877.380.2459. For the Morrow location call 877.720.9308.
In support of the 2015 Mustang Launch, Ford Credit is pleased to announce the Ford Credit Dream Drive sweepstakes! They are giving one lucky winner and a guest the chance to challenge the new 2015 Mustang on one of six, four-day epic road trips. The four-day all-inclusive trip includes use of a 2015 Mustang, lodging, $1,500 gift card, $750 gas card, digital camera, Mustang swag and a whole lot more.
Sweepstakes entry is made at FordCreditDreamDrive.com where entrants will choose their favorite iconic road:
- Pacific Coast Highway – Monterey to Laguna Beach, CA
- Route 66 – Grand Canyon, AZ to Las Vegas, NV
- Going-to-the-Sun Road – Glacier National Park, MT
- Great River Road – Memphis TN, to New Orleans, LA
- Overseas Highway – Miami to Key West, FL
- Trans-Canada Highway – Kelowna, BC to Calgary, AB
The sweepstakes runs from April 30th through June 8th, 2015 and is open to legal residents of the 50 United States and District of Columbia who are twenty-five (25) years of age or older.
Don’t forget to enter for a chance to win!
Each year, Allan Vigil Ford of Fayetteville is honored to sponsor the annual Fayette County Teacher of the Year awards. Our teachers make such an impact on shaping young minds into successful and productive members of our community and we are thrilled to offer them recognition for their hard work.
Congratulations to the 2015 Teacher of the Year, Gail Frantz, and our semi-finalists Sean Benner and Lynn Bruschetti. Your work is appreciated by all!
2015 Fayette County Teacher of the Year
Math/Science at Peeples Elementary
Gail Franz was born destined to become a teacher. As a young girl, she enjoyed playing “school” in the basement of her childhood home. “The Lord had a plan for me, and He made it very clear. I knew it was my calling in life, and never once considered another career. After 30 years of teaching, I still have the same passion for teaching that I had in that cold, concrete basement,” she says. Franz makes math and science relevant and fun for her students. Not only does she share her enthusiasm for the subjects, but she also looks for avenues that will make instruction engaging. Technology is an integral component of her lessons, allowing students to research, create, and collaborate with their peers. “I want my students to leave with an attitude of inquiry, a skill important to be a good scientist, mathematician, student and citizen,” she says.
Runner Up 2015 Fayette County Teacher of the Year
English/Language Arts at Alternative School
Sean Bennett says that, for him, teaching is more of a calling than a career. A high school friend, who is a lawyer, used to constantly ask him why he did not pursue a career in law or politics. “After asking one time too many, I explained to him that I became a teacher so that he could become a lawyer, and that was my greatest calling in life,” says Bennett. Bennett’s teaching philosophy encompasses individualizing education to meet the learning needs of each student, empowering students to be life-long learners, and creating a safe place for students to learn, discover and grow. “I have spent the vast majority of my career working with students who were at risk of not being successful because of a multitude of factors, but there is not a single student that I have met that is incapable of reaching their full potential,” says Bennett.
Runner Up 2015 Fayette County Teacher of the Year
Language Arts/World Literature (Gifted) at McIntosh High
Lynn Bruschetti primarily credits her mother, who taught at a mission school in New Mexico in the 1940s, for influencing her decision to become an educator. Bruschetta says that teaching is not a job that is neatly packed into an eight-house workday. She is constantly looking for ways to challenge her students to think independently and develop their own conclusions and viewpoints. Treating every student as a future leader, she devises weekly situations where they practice the skills of true leaders: analysis, synthesis, creativity, and empathy. The later skill, apathy, is one Bruschetta feels is most important. “If students are to make an accurate analysis of any given situation, they must be able to empathize with all parties involved. It’s difficult to place oneself in another’s situation, but that is what leaders do,” she says.
Last Saturday, Allan Vigil Ford Lincoln hosted a test drive event for Susan G. Komen Atlanta. For every test drive that day, Ford made a $25 donation to Susan G. Komen Atlanta, to support the fight against breast cancer.
We were pleased to host 29 test drives, resulting in a $725 donation to Komen Atlanta. Not bad for a day’s work! Today, we donned Komen’s pink tutus in support of the cause. Don’t forget to register for the Race for the Cure on May 9th. Click here to register and use code FordCares for $5 off your registration fee.
Ford has been a long-time supporter of Susan. G. Komen and we are honored to partner up with the organization again this year and support a cause that affects so many people across the world.
Test drive a vehicle this Saturday and we will donate $25 to Susan G. Komen Atlanta.
We also encourage you to register for the 25th Annual Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta Race for the Cure on Sunday, May 9th and Lenox Mall in Atlanta. Register online at www.komenatlanta.org and enter code “FordCares” to receive $5 off your race registration.
Here at Allan Vigil Ford Lincoln we are thrilled to introduce the all-new Lincoln Continental Concept! This model gives new meaning to the term “luxury.” Equipped with a new turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 EcoBoost engine, this vehicle is ready for action. With smooth lines, modern technology and a plush interior, the Lincoln Continental Concept is one for the ages.
Five LED lights in each headlamp, which are also shaped like miniature Lincoln stars, turn on sequentially, quadrant by quadrant.
The attention to detail in the sedan brings out the pure elegance of the vehicle. In an “approach sequence” for the lighting, the Lincoln star in the grille fades on first, followed by the LED light tubes in the headlamps and fog lamps.
Rumor has it that this model will become available for purchase in 2016. All of us here at Allan Vigil Ford Lincoln are anxiously awaiting the release!
Ford continues as America’s best-selling vehicle brand for the fifth consecutive year and the F-Series remains the best-selling vehicle for the 33rd straight year and best-selling truck for the 38th year in row. We couldn’t be more proud to see an American brand embraced so fully by people across our country.
To celebrate this, Ford is offering some truly fantastic offers. The following specials are available through March 31, 2015: