Free car is used as incentive for students to attend school

For the second year, a Nevada car dealership offered a free car to a graduating senior as an incentive to go to school. Students with perfect attendance records are entered into a drawing for a new car. This year's winner -- who was selected from among 129 graduating seniors in the Washoe County School District -- received a silver 2010 Honda Fit worth about $16,450.

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