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    Ford Helps U.S. Army Soldiers Transition to Civilian Work

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    I'm Laura Reynolds with CarProUSA. Ford Motor Company, Parts and Service Operations manager Dallas Region Jonathan Cuff says Texas Ford dealers can adopt a U.S. Army soldier and help them transition to civilian work. Cuff:  "Many of our dealers are family-owned and operated so it really lends itself to this environment. You know, we talk about Ford treating customers like family but to do that, be able to do that, you've really got to make sure that we treat our employees in a similar fashion. So we think through the support structure network our dealer's have. They can open their dealerships to these men and women and their collective families because we recognize how important a soldier's family is to a successful transition to that post-military life, so we think we are really well-positioned to deliver that to these soldiers.” For more info contact Command Sergeant Major Retired Anthony Waller at AWaller77@yahoo.com. For more information on these and other vehicles, check out CarProUSA.  With Today’s Auto News, I’m Laura Reynolds