Ford Motor Company Teams Up With Detroit Lions

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Ford Motor Company is Helping to Fight Hunger

The Ford Motor Company is located in Detroit and has been known to give back to the community. They might be nationally known company, but they support those closest to them. Starting July 15th they are teaming up with the Detroit Lions to bring awareness to the Detroit Meet Up & Eat up program. With this organization and their partnership with the Detroit Lions, the Ford Motor Company is helping to fight hunger. 

The Meet Up and Eat Up program was created by the United Way. Their mission is to get kids nutritious meals at no cost, particularly during the summer months when they can’t rely on school meals for a steady source of food. In Greater Detroit, 1 in 5 kids are at risk of not getting nutritious food every day. The Ford Motor Company and the Detroit Lions are bringing more attention to this great cause. They will be present at eight sites with Lions mascot Roary along with Detroit Lions players and alumni. A co-branded Ford Transit will be unveiled later this year to to help the organization with delivering and transporting meals to the community.

Ford-2015-TransitThe Ford Motor Company is a huge advocate for fighting hunger. They also have a fleet of Transit Connect Mobile Food Pantries in Southeast Michigan that deliver 1.3 million meals through organizations that feed the hungry. Even if you aren’t in the Detroit area, you can still join the cause by donating or simply spreading the word. It’s great to see a company that gives back to their community.

Here at Sanders Ford we are proud to be associated with a company that gives their time and resources to such a worthy cause. We hope you come support Ford by supporting us . If you need a new vehicle stop by or schedule a test drive today!

 

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