Ford Lightning Launch is Milestone Moment

Ford Lightning Launch is Milestone Moment

A Historic Day for Ford Motor Company

Electric cars have been all the rage in recent years, with the automobile industry moving towards cleaner energy and a new type of vehicle. Tomorrow, April 26th, Ford will make a major announcement, marking a milestone in the storied history of the Ford Motor Company. 

Ford will launch the all-new, all-electric F-150® Lightning™ pickup, a historic moment in America’s shift to electric vehicles.

Ford and UAW leaders will host F-150 Lightning customers and Ford employees at the new Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Michigan to celebrate “Job 1” and the start of production for the first-ever full-size all-electric pickup to go on sale.

At 1:30 PM ET, the event livestream will begin. Tune in by clicking the link below, and take part in this milestone moment in automotive history. 

Soccer Has a New Home in Nashville

On Sunday, May 1, Nashville SC will play the Philadelphia Union in first ever game in Geodis Park, Nashville SC’s new home. The stadium has been a major project in Nashville for the last few years, as the city has constructed the largest soccer-specific stadium in the US, seating 30,000! We can’t wait to see how soccer continues to grow in Nashville over the coming years, and we can’t wait to see Geodis Park for ourselves!

Through the first 8 games of the season, Nashville SC has tallied 11 points, putting them in 8th place in the West. Don’t worry though, the boys have 26 more games to go, with a whole summer of soccer ahead in Music City.

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On This Day in History

  • In 1990, The Hubble Space Telescope was placed into operation by the crew of the space shuttle Discovery.
  • In 1995, American dancer and actress Ginger Rogers died at 83
  • In 1976, NBA legend Tim Duncan was born in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
  • In 1940, famous actor Al Pacino was born in New York City.
  • In 1901, New York became the first U.S. state to mandate license plates.
  • In 1859, construction of the Egyptian Suez Canal officially began.

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