We’re Teaming Up With Local Chick-fil-A Restaurants to Support the Greater Atlanta Fellowship of Christian Athletes Combine – Atlanta, GA

It’s an incredible cause and, along with McDonough area Chick-fil-A restaurants, we’re proud to support it. Do you know about the efforts of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes?

It’s a nationwide organization that transforms, empowers and strengthens student sports stars on and off the field, court, track or wherever their talents shine. Get to know more about the FCA’s efforts, then keep reading below to see how Toyota of McDonough is getting involved!

Here’s why we’re honored to act as a sponsor at an upcoming FCA event: More than 400 local football players from 16 different high schools across Clayton, Henry, Butts and Spaulding counties are gearing up to show off their greatness and gridiron grit in 15 unique events at the greater Atlanta Fellowship of Christian Athletes combine, an event that allows them to showcase their heartfelt passion for the sport. These young men will be given the opportunity to earn money intended to benefit their school, too.

The spiritually fulfilling event, taking place on May 16 at Strong Rock Christian High School, has inspired us to continue helping Atlanta and its surrounding communities – and that includes these hard-working youngsters’ families, too. If you’re a supporter of this uplifting, life-changing program and its efforts, simply mention the cause or the FCA combine now through July 31, 2015 when you visit Toyota of McDonough. To show our appreciation, we’ll offer you employee pricing on a new Toyota or pre-owned vehicle from our inventory and, with your help, we’ll be able to donate $100 of the proceeds back to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for each vehicle purchased, too.

For further information on the combine, our dedication to making a difference in the lives of these disciplined players and how you can help, visit our page regarding our joint efforts with local Chick-fil-As in supporting the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.