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Shelly BMW Of Orange County Confirms, BMW Launches "Drive It Home - Don’t TXT & Drive" Campaign


September 1, 2010 – Buena Park, Calif., – Shelly BMW of Orange County in Buena Park confirms, BMW of North America, LLC, will host a special Teen Driving School on September 7, 2010 at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, where BMW will launch its “DRIVE IT HOME – DON’T TXT & DRIVE” campaign to build awareness that texting while driving is one of the most dangerous actions a person can do behind the wheel.
The BMW Teen Driving School is a grassroots initiative under the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility program combining teens, road safety and local community outreach.
“BMWs is constantly thinking forward, and taking the initiative to motivate today’s youth to be responsible behind the wheel shows we have community dedication and responsibility,” said Shelly BMW General Manager, Darren Richie. “Keeping the roads safe by better educating our young drivers, helps our future look prosperous for them and us" he said.
Teenagers at the Teen Driving event are expected to improve their driving skills and increase their road knowledge through classroom instruction, driver awareness demonstrations and hands-on driving exercises.
Proceeds from the Teen Driving School will be donated to the Evans Scholars Foundation, which provides full university tuition and housing grants to deserving young caddies.
As one of the largest and fastest-growing BMW dealerships in the nation, Shelly BMW has served Southern California loyally for more than 15 years with some of the highest customer satisfaction ratings in the automotive industry. For more information about Shelly BMW or the 2010 BMW 7-Series, visit us today at 6750 Auto Center Drive in Buena Park or


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