Cary, NC — How would you like to test drive a sporty Fiat 4-door for an entire day? If you are registered for the Cary Scavenger Hunt by Saturday, August 16, your team will be entered to drive one of these darling vehicles (pictured above) during our event. The cars will be loaded up with full tanks of gas and offer plenty of room for a team of up to 5 people, with a roomy hatchback trunk too!
Alfa Romeo Joins Fiat in Cary
Hendrick Fiat is the #1 seller of Fiats in the Carolinas and opened in the Cary Auto Mall in March 2011. The dealership is so successful that Alfa Romeo, an Italian luxury car maker, has awarded the Cary dealership the rights to sell their high-end vehicles. This will be the only location in North Carolina where Alfa Romeos can be purchased.
Alfa Romeo reviewed sales volume, overall guest experience and locations before determining that Hendrick Fiat would be awarded the franchise. The signs went up on July 23, to make the deal official, and the new vehicles will be arriving on the lot during August.
Drive the Fiat 500L for a Day
Teams won’t be driving these Alfa Romeos (this year…), but will drive a four-door FIAT 500L. Here’s the requirements to be included in the drawing:
- Register for the Cary Scavenger Hunt by Saturday August 16 at 5:00pm
- Be over age 18
- Have proper collision coverage on your auto insurance policy
- Then wait for us to contact you via email or phone to alert you that your team has been selected.
We have 16 teams registered already, but we expect 100 teams on event day. Be one of the lucky few getting getting a great ride, free gas and new car smell the whole day!
Drivers can pick up keys at morning check-in and be ready to have a great experience all day.
Cary Scavenger Hunt
Sat., September 13, 2014
Page-Walker Arts and History Center
119 Ambassador Loop
Check-in starts at 8:30am, teams depart at 9:30am. All teams must return by 1:30pm.
Register by August 16 to be in the running to drive a new Fiat 500L in the Cary Scavenger Hunt.
Story and picture by Lindsey Chester. This story previously appeared on CaryCitizen.com