Inform readers of the annual event known as Senior Safe Night in Salem, NH, where a new vehicle is raffled to a graduating student through the generous donation of Rockingham Toyota.
Manchester-Nashua, NH (1888PressRelease) July 17, 2012 - Teens spend many a night dreaming of setting foot behind their very own wheels, and at graduation time, that dream comes true for a special young person in Salem, NH. Every year since 2000, the Salem NH Toyota dealership has raffled off a new car to one lucky Salem High graduate on Senior Safe Night, with proceeds going to the school. This year's winner, Olivia Barbarian, took home a bright and shiny Toyota Echo. As an upcoming freshman at the University of New Hampshire, Olivia is grateful of the commitment that the Salem NH Toyota dealership staff has made to students in the local community.
Salem High School serves 1,600 students and houses a massive library and various extra-curricular associations, including a marching band and book club. In 2008, Sports Illustrated ranked the athletics program at Salem High #1 in the state of New Hampshire. The tradition of Senior Safe Night began when students decided to throw a big camp-out one night at graduation time. Though initially hesitant, local parents threw their support behind the operation and an annual celebratory event was born.
Since its inception, Safe Senior Night has marked a special night of healthy, responsible, vice-free festivities for the graduating students of Salem High. Attendees of Senior Safe Night are regaled with numerous gifts, prizes, free foods, sports games and entertainment showcases. Various celebrity guests have appeared in the school's annual video yearbook, including Jay Leno and Jerry Springer. The partying continues overnight and concludes at 5:30 AM, when breakfast is served and the name is announced of one lucky student who is awarded a fancy new car.
About the Company: Rockingham Motors Toyota and Honda has been serving the motorists of Southeast New Hampshire with new and pre-owned vehicles for over 25 years. Their staff has long championed the academic excellence found in the schools of Rockingham County, and their annual contribution of a new vehicle on Senior Safe Night is a token of that commitment.