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Fiestas on parade for Eat’n Park event

A parade of 75 new red Ford Fiestas will tour the Pittsburgh area Thursday to kick off Eat’n Park’s Caring for Kids campaign.

The vehicles will travel from Cranberry to Downtown to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC in Lawrenceville, reaching the restaurant chain’s Waterworks Mall location in Fox Chapel at about 1:15 p.m. Each of Eat’n Park’s 73 local restaurants will display a Fiesta SES, courtesy of Ford dealers; visitors can buy $2 raffle tickets to try to win a vehicle.

The contest to benefit Children’s and other hospitals runs through early December; the winner will be announced before Christmas.


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