Showing posts from January, 2021

2021 Shoot4Cash Halftime Show

  2021 Shoot4Cash Stephen Wade Auto Center  is pleased to partner with  Canyon Media  to be a part of Shoot4Cash this basketball season again!  We gave away an incredible $7,300 last year to local clubs and can't wait to see if we can beat that amount this season.  Our first Shoot4Cash event will be held on January 29th . Awarding $1,700 to CCHS sports, clubs, and organizations (Mar. 2020) Read our 2020 Shoot4Cash Wrap-Up here . Shoot4Cash Event Dates Jan 29th  – Pine View High School (PVHS) vs. Crimson Cliffs High School (CCHS) Hosted at PVHS Feb 10th  – Dixie High School (DHS) vs. CCHS Hosted at DHS Feb 12th  – Snow Canyon High School (SCHS) vs. DHS Hosted at SCHS Feb 17th  – Desert Hills High School (DHHS) vs. DHS Hosted at DHHS Feb 19th  – CCHS vs. SCHS Hosted at CCHS What  is  Shoot4Cash? Shoot4Cash is a halftime show held at local high school Boys' Basketball games.  Three participants have a chance to make as many as four progressively longer shots within a 30-second ti

Grants for Bloomington Elementary Teachers

  Grants for Bloomington Elementary Teachers Stephen Wade Auto Center is excited to donate to the Washington County School District Foundation .  We joined businesses Paparazzi Accessories and Tom's Mechanical on January 20th to present awards at Bloomington Elementary , where all teachers applied for a grant.  Each teacher received a $500 check, a Bundt cake, and a $25 Paparazzi gift certificate; funds will be used toward classroom supplies, from books to activity sheets.  Educators typically spend their own money on such items, and we believe they deserve to purchase the best materials for their students without worrying about the cost.  Teachers at Bloomington were awarded $14,400 in total for their classrooms. In 2021, the Washington County School District Foundation has awarded $353,000 to local schools so far.  This year is also a special occasion for the Foundation:  not only is the organization celebrating its tenth anniversary, but it will award its millionth dollar this

2020 Wish Tree Wrap-Up

  2020 Wish Tree Wrap-Up Stephen Wade Auto Center  is partnering with  Washington County School District ,  Youth Futures , and  SwitchPoint  to give back to those in need in our community.  Every December, we invite you to help us give to those in need with our Wish Tree campaign. Giving is simple: Come to any Stephen Wade dealership Grab a Gift Tag off of the Wish Tree Purchase the item described Bring it back to the dealership We are excited to share the results of the Wish Tree event.  Here is a quick wrap-up featuring Public Relations Director Jamie Bahlmann: Together, as of January 20, 2021 , we donated 127 Coats/Hoodies 309 Pairs of Socks 68 Blankets 6 Sleeping Bags 16 Pairs of Gloves 3 Pairs of Pajamas 2 Warm Hats 2 Stuffed Teddy Bears $290 in Gift Cards ...and counting!  Southern Utah donated an estimated  $5,975.00 worth of items to the Washington County School District. We couldn't do this without the amazing people of Washington County.  Thank you, Southern Utah, for h

#OneUtah Food Drive: Wrap-Up

#OneUtah Food Drive:  Wrap-Up Stephen Wade Auto Center is a proud sponsor of the #OneUtah Food Drive initiative organized by the Utah Inaugural Commission .  511,00 Utahns experience hunger each day, and you can help. In partnership with Washington County School District and Little Valley Pickleball Courts , #OneUtah held a food drive at our local high schools on December 19th.  Donations included non-perishable food donations as well as much-needed hygiene items.  We are now pleased to share the results of the drive with you! Together, Utah collected 17,000 lbs. of food to provide over 800,000 meals to those in need.  For Southern Utah, 20,838 lbs., or twenty-two pallets, of food were collected; this is the number of pallets that a semi-truck and trailer would hold.  This drive will provide Southern Utah families in need with 17,357 meals! Thank you, Utah, for fighting against hunger, and thank you , Southern Utah, for helping those in need in our community!