Judging automotive manufacturers, such as Buick, at face value is something we're all guilty of at one point or another. There's more to Buick than their refined designs, stealth performance, and rugged durability let on. Buick is an avid supporter of the arts.
When a group of 10 high-school students participating in Get Lit were invited to the White House to attend a day of poetry related events hosted by the President and First Lady, the illustrious Tri-Shield, wasted no time at all, volunteering two Buick Enclave crossovers for transportation. Among the accomplished poets, musicians, and artists presenting at the event are: Elizabeth Alexander, Kenneth Goldsmith, Alison Knowles, Billy Collins, and Aimee Mann.
Non-profit Get Lit is considered a foremost presenter of literary performance, education, and teen poetry programs in California. Participating students serve as ambassadors and hold various performances aimed at inspiring their peers to read, write, engage in the arts, and lead in their community."These students represent a terrific example of our next generation of leaders and their current celebration of human achievement is truly worthy of our support,"1 said Tony DiSalle, Vice President Sales, Service, and Marketing, Buick.
We don't think we've ever seen any other company so literally put poetry in motion. If you're interested in learning more about the Enclave which transported the budding poets to the White House, or any other Buick models in the 2011 model-year lineup, please contact us today at Holm Automotive Center - 2005 N Buckeye - Abilene, Kansas 67410. We're happy to share specs, compare models, and arrange test drives.