Sponsorship includes $250 to Saugus teen
Online PR News – 08-November-2010 – – The Atamian Family, owners of Atamian Volkswagen & Honda, Inc. of Tewksbury, is a $250 sponsor of Saugus resident, Elizabeth Downs, in her pursuit of becoming the next Miss Teen Massachusetts.
The Miss Massachusetts Teen Pageant will take place in Lowell, MA at The Memorial Auditorium from November 26-28th. The goal of the Miss Massachusetts Teen Pageant is to find young women who will become ambassadors to represent Massachusetts, not only here in the state, but also nationally.
“The Miss Massachusetts Teen Pageant is a wonderful opportunity for teens to receive scholarships as well as develop self confidence,” said Atamian Volkswagen & Honda, Inc. President Reed Atamian. “We are very proud of Elizabeth. She has taken on leadership roles and sets a positive example for young women in our community.”
The pageant judges seek young women who possess positive qualities, including poise, personality, intelligence and beauty. Accompanied by the title and prizes, there comes a responsibility to the pageant system, the sponsors, the community, and to Massachusetts.
“I am extremely appreciative of the Atamian Family’s generous donation and support,” said Elizabeth Downs. “I’m one step closer to my dream of representing the state of Massachusetts and I wouldn’t have the chance to achieve this without the help of my sponsors.”
Please visit http://www.missmassachusettsusa.com/index.html to learn more about the Miss Massachusetts Teen Pageant.
About Atamian Volkswagen & Honda
The Volkswagen and Honda franchises are operated at 150 Main Street, Tewksbury, MA, which occupy land from Route 38 to I- 495 in Massachusetts. It remains a family business with Bob Atamian as Dealer Principle since 1968. Bob has since been joined by his sons Robby and Terry and by his grandson Benjamin, who represents the 4th generation of Atamians in the business.
The Atamian family has also long been active in numerous community and charitable activities through the years, including the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Genesis Fund, Cam Neely Foundation and Tewksbury, Falmouth and Lowell youth organizations.