As announced by Chevrolet last month, the 2011 Chevrolet Volt is now on it's way to Chevy dealers, including Courtesy Chevrolet. As a part of that announcement, at Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly, GM North America President Mark Reuss announced that the first Chevrolet Volt available for sale would be auctioned online, with 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit the Detroit Public Schools Foundation.
Detroit Public Schools Foundation is a tax-exempt organization dedicated to supporting Detroit's students by building quality programs to enrich their educational experience and promote student achievement. The future of engineering is vital, and Chevrolet knows the scientific innovations of tomorrow begin in the classrooms of today.
Less than 24 hours after the auction opened, the current bid is $180,000. For more information, or to place a bid, please go to http://www.bidonthevolt.com. The bid increments are $5,000, and the minimum next bid is $185,000. The Chevrolet Volt Charity Auction closes Dec. 14 at 6:00 p.m. EST.
Contact Courtesy Chevrolet today to place an order for the new Volt.
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