Let’s Keep Celebrating our Women!

Let’s Keep Celebrating our Women!

Let’s Celebrate!

Last week, we celebrated International Women’s Day, and recognized all of the outstanding and wonderful women in each of our lives. Women are the reason each and every one of us are here today, and even if we don’t always tell them, we love and appreciate them more than they know. Even though we’re a few days late, here are some cool pictures of some awesome Ford women!

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Just a few of the AWESOME ladies of Two Rivers Ford. Some of them work in the front and some work behind the scenes, but each and every one of them are wonderful and we love celebrating all they do!

 

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Marilyn Monroe riding in her 1956 Ford Thunderbird with her husband Arthur Miller
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Racing legend Danica Patrick – She is the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel car racing. Her victory in the 2008 Indy Japan 300 is the only win by a woman in an IndyCar Series race.

AND while we’re celebrating, we can’t forget to wish everyone a safe and happy St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s a sweet picture of a new green Ford Bronco for good luck!

Ford is launching an 'Eruption Green' Bronco and here's where the odd name  may be from | Fox News

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On This Day in History

  • In 1988, 2x NBA MVP Steph Curry was born in Akron, OH
  • In 1964, Jack Ruby was found guilty of murdering Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin who killed President John F. Kennedy
  • In 1951, UN forces recapture Seoul during the Korean War
  • In 1933, famous actor Sir Michael Caine was born in London, England
  • In 1899, German military official Ferdinand, Graf von Zeppelin, received a U.S. patent for a “navigable balloon”, A.K.A. a “blimp”
  • In 1879, German/American physicist Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany
  • In 1794, American inventor Eli Whitney received a patent for the cotton gin

 

 

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