A Fort Worth school district senior will have the chance to use their ability to turn a phrase into the turn of the wheel of a new car.
In the second annual Words for Wheels essay contest, students are writing up to 1,000 words on this topic: "In the future, how do you plan on using technology to promote and help your community?" The pieces will be judged on originality, clarity of message and presentation, according to a news release from Frank Kent Honda.
Starting this week, students will get a chance to check out the model as it makes stops at various Fort Worth high schools.
The contest is a partnership between Frank Kent Honda, Fort
Worth schools and the City of Fort Worth. Graduating seniors have the chance to win a 2013 Honda Civic LX coupe or
sedan - and they can pick the color. The EECU will cover the cost of tax, title and license fees on the vehicle.
The deadline is March 17. The winner will be presented with the car at the Fort Worth-based dealership on April 29. The contest was created by Frank Kent Honda co-owners Will Churchill and Corrie Watson, graduates of Arlington Heights High School.