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Detroit Man Who Walks 21 Miles To Work Receives Ford Taurus

February 9th, 2015

DetroitMansTaurusThe team at Borgman Ford was touched — like those worldwide who’d come across the viral social media grassroots campaign — by the story of James Robertson, the Detroit man who walks 21 miles to and from work every day and has been doing so for 10 years. In particular, we loved Robertson’s reaction when he received a new Ford Taurus after a GoFundMe campaign collected more than $300,000 to support the 56-year-old man with the undefeated attendance and work-ethic.

“The reason I picked the Taurus, I remember the old Taurus from the 1980s,” Robertson said. “They never were this fancy or anything, but like me they have a strong heart from the inside.”

Gotta love the guy. Kudos to Robertson, and the young Wayne State student,¬†Evan Leedy, who started the crowd sourcing fund. It’s nice to see social media used to make a difference! Read or watch the full story at MyFoxDetroit.com.


Ford F-150 Rescues Stuck Semi in Snowbound Chicago

February 9th, 2015

Screen shot 2015-02-09 at 11.41.10 AMAt Borgman, we love the Ford F-150, and there’s little wonder why. It’s built to take the beating winter regularly dumps on the midwest! Alex Nunez wrote a great article for RoadandTrack.com after receiving video evidence of Ford F-150’s award-winning “toughness” after a Chicago snow storm. The F-150 Fx4 EcoBoost towed the semi “like a tugboat pulling a grounded aircraft carrier to open water.” We thought we’d share this testament to our tough-built favorite truck. Check it out here: http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/videos/a24916/video-ford-f-150-rescues-stuck-semi-in-snowbound-chicago/

 

 

 


 

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