SONIC Gives Thanks (and Classroom Supplies) to Ore City-Area Teachers through Limeades for Learning(r)
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Online voters direct more than $600,000 in SONIC(r) donations to public

schools in 2012

Ore City, TX (Grassroots Newswire) November 20, 2012 - With Thanksgiving

only a few days away SONIC Drive-In is giving thanks for public school

teachers through donated supplies and classroom experiences. Several Ore

City-area teachers are directly benefitting and have received funding for

classroom projects from SONIC through its Limeades for Learning cause


* Ore City Elementary School, Reading Rocks With Technology, $600.00

* Ore City Elementary School, Manic Math!, $400.00

* Ore City Elementary School, Let's Learn With Technology, $600.00

* Ore City Elementary School, Creating Readers for Life!, $314.04

* Ore City Elementary School, ABC, Easy as 123, $482.31

* Ore City Elementary School, Math That Matters :), $599.47

The program recently completed its fourth annual voting campaign in

partnership with that allows the public to vote online

for the classroom projects they want to see funded by SONIC. SONIC funded

$600,000 worth of those most-voted-for projects on a weekly basis between

September 24 and October 29.

"SONIC's commitment to education is inspired and directed by the very

communities our drive-ins are a part of," said James O'Reilly, chief

marketing officer for SONIC. "It's those folks, the SONIC customers and

Limeades for Learning voters who visited the site and voted in record

numbers, who we'd like to congratulate and thank for another successful

year of Limeades for Learning."

The Ore City teacher projects are just a few of the more than 1,490

nationwide that received funding this year as a result of being a

top-voted project on Projects include calls for

much-needed supplies that inspire learning and deal with subjects like the

arts, science, reading and physical education. SONIC and its franchisee

partners have donated more than $2.7 million and funded more than 5,500

projects for teachers across the country through Limeades for Learning

since 2009.

For more information on Limeades for Learning and how teachers, students

and the public can get involved, please visit

About SONIC Drive-In

SONIC(r), America's Drive-In(r) (NASDAQ/NM: SONC) started as a hamburger

and root beer stand in 1953 in Shawnee, Okla., called Top Hat Drive-In,

and then changed its name to SONIC in 1959. The first drive-in to adopt

the SONIC name is still serving customers in Stillwater, Okla. As the

nation's largest chain of drive-in restaurants, SONIC has more than 3,500

drive-ins in 43 states coast to coast. Approximately 3 million customers

eat at SONIC every day; and with more drink combinations than any other

quick-service restaurant - 398,929 - SONIC is Your Ultimate Drink Stop(r).

For more information about Sonic Corp. and its subsidiaries, visit SONIC

at Through Limeades for Learning(r), SONIC and its

franchise partners have donated more than $2.7 million to public school

classrooms in local communities across the country. Visit to learn more about SONIC's commitment to



Founded in 2000, is an online charity that makes it easy

for anyone to help students in need. Public school teachers from every

corner of America post requests, and individuals can give directly to the

ones that inspire them. To date, 240,000 public and charter school

teachers have used to secure $122 million in books, art

supplies, technology, and other resources that their students need to
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