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DuPratt hosts ‘Go Further with Ford Night’

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From page A5 | November 13, 2012 |

Ron DuPratt Ford, 1320 N. First St. in Dixon, presents “Go Further with Ford Night” on Thursday — a free fundraising event that will benefit local 4H groups, engage consumers in the final “Random Acts of Fusion” adventure and offer them a chance to see the all-new 2013 Ford Fusion.

The event is the finale to Random Acts of Fusion, a transmedia program hosted by television and radio personality Ryan Seacrest that has generated more than 12 million consumers with the Ford Fusion by playing out a story arc through multimedia platforms.

“We all want to be part of something bigger, and Go Further with Ford Night is our way of offering consumers the chance to give back to our community, have a lot of fun and enjoy the final random act,” said Ron DuPratt, president of Ron DuPratt Ford.

For each person who attends Thursday’s event, Ron DuPratt Ford will donate $10, up to a total of $500, to local 4H groups.

Visitors will have an opportunity to win a special VIP experience with “American Idol.” A computer with a webcam will be set up at the dealership to allow consumers to view a special message from Seacrest and test their judging skills on camera, in true “American Idol” style.

One winner will receive an all-expenses-paid trip for two to Hollywood and an “American Idol” experience.

Consumers 18 years and older may preregister at www.RandomActsofFusion.com and be entered for a chance to win tickets to a live taping of “American Idol.” Additionally, registrants at dealerships Thursday, will be entered into a prize drawing to win a 2013 Ford Fusion.

In addition, the “American Thunder” monster truck will be on display from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Ron DuPratt Ford. Driver Robbie Leach will be on hand to answer questions and sign autographs. Ten lucky winners will receive family four-packs of tickets for a monster truck event Friday and Saturday at Raley Field in West Sacramento.

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