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Hey everyone!

It is getting to be that time of year again. Christmas is right around the corner and once again Swift Performance is a sponsor of the Toys For Tots program and will be a drop off point. With how I grew up I know that it sucks to not have a lot (if anything) under the tree on Christmas morning. We want to keep that from happening for as many children as we can!

I would like to ask a favor of all of you. (and we are going to try to make it worth your while) We would like to ask that from now until the week before christmas you put off getting coffee one to two times a week and instead put that 4-5$ aside. By chistmas this would be about 50$. As some of you know, we have a get together BBQ every year for this event. We will be having that even on December 12th here at the shop.

As an incentive to you we are going to throw this out there...Starting December 1st, We will be giving out gift certificates for free dyno time to anyone who donates a new, unwrapped toy worth 50$ or more. Additionally, we will go one further. For the group or car club who donates the most, we will offer a dyno day with up to 5 cars free and food provided by us in the spring (a 400$ value).

If you guys can, please spread this around to as many places as you can. Even if it is just copy/paste to any of the other forums you are on it would be much appreciated. Together we can make it a great Chistmas for some less fortunate children!

Thanks for all your help and support!
Sean
Swift Performance Automotive
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We're just a few days out for the big Toys for Tots day at the shop. We're expecting a huge crowd, and the weather looks like it's going to hold out for us. A little chilly, but nice. We'll be running specials all day, basically the best prices possible for those kind enough to donate to the less fortunate. We'll have the grill going all day, and a few local businesses are donating some food items too. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated, lots of families are hurting this year, and we just want to help make the season a little brighter for some kids.
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