First 2014 Cadillac CTS to be Auctioned at Barrett-Jackson

First 2014 Cadillac CTS to be Auctioned at Barrett-Jackson

General Motors has announced that the proceeds from the first production 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport will be donated to the SAE Foundation to benefit STEM education.

The CTS Vsport, along with a performance driving school package, will be heading to a Barrett-Jackson auction later this year and the proceeds will be provided to the SAE Foundation for its science, technology, engineering, and mathematics student outreach programs. GM has long sponsored the SAE Foundation’s STEM program and provides more than 1,500 mentors and volunteers to help reach nearly 8,500 students participating in the foundation’s World in Motion K-12 programs.

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“We need to ensure that the next generation of professionals has the skills and education necessary to compete on a global basis. SAE’s programs integrate physical science basics with team-based learning – and show young people that math and science is a viable career choice,” said John Calabrese, GM vice president, Global Vehicle Engineering.

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