Ford Builds Two Millionth EcoBoost Engine as Consumer Demand Grows in Markets Worldwide

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  • More than 100,000 EcoBoost engines now produced every month, with a target of 1.2 million for 2013, up more than 60 percent from 2012. For the first time, EcoBoost production expected to exceed Ford’s global diesel-engine production
  • Customer demand exceeds projections globally with 90 percent of Escape buyers in North America and 95 percent of Kuga buyers in Asia choosing EcoBoost; in diesel-centric Europe, 39 percent of Focus customers opt for EcoBoost
  • Ford doubled Cologne, Germany, production of 1.0-liter EcoBoost to 1,000 engines per day, and is investing $200 million to build 2.0-liter EcoBoost in the U.S.
  • Ford data shows North American consumers aware of EcoBoost are more likely to buy Ford vehicles than those unfamiliar with the engine technology; EcoBoost awareness also raising opinion of Ford among European and Asian consumers

DEARBORN, Mich., Sept. 17, 2013 – Ford Motor Company today celebrates a manufacturing milestone for its fuel-saving EcoBoost engines: Two million have been produced globally since the 2009 launch of the engine line.

Growing customer demand for EcoBoost-powered vehicles in major markets worldwide is driving engine production higher. Factory output now averages more than 100,000 engines per month, up from 65,000 in 2012.

“Ford EcoBoost delivers great performance with lower fuel bills, a recipe that is proving incredibly popular with consumers around the world,” said Joe Bakaj, vice president, powertrain engineering for Ford. “EcoBoost engines are attracting new customers to the Ford brand every day, and our plants are working hard to keep up with demand.”

To test drive an EcoBoost-powered vehicle stop by Waldorf Ford located at 2440 Crain Highway, Waldorf, MD 20601 or call (301) 843-2400.

2013 Southern Maryland Mustang Club 10th Annual Fall Car Show at Waldorf Ford

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The annual Southern Maryland Mustang Club Fall Show will be held at Waldorf Ford on Saturday, September 28th, from 9 am to 3 pm.  We wanted to send out a friendly reminder to let everyone know about this fun and fantastic event!   This is a family event that will include a DJ with drinks and food available for purchase.  We have provided information from the Southern Maryland Mustang Club’s Website on the event with registration details.  Please read below and we are looking forward to seeing all of you next Saturday!

You can download the Registration Form here but we have also included the list of details below to save you time and money.

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When: September 28, 2013 (Rain Date October 5, 2013)

Where: Waldorf Ford located at 2440 Crain Highway. Waldorf, MD 20601
• Vendors/Exhibitors/Applicants, registration from 9 ‐ 11 am. Registration closes at that time.

• Dash plaques will be awarded to first 80 registered vehicles

• Judging will commence at 11:30 and cease at 1:00 pm. Trophy presentation will begin at 2:30 pm.

• You must be entered to judge.

• All vehicles entered must be powered and bodied/produced by Ford Motor Company.

• Vehicles will be categorized into (A) Early Classics 1964½ ‐ 70, (B) Late Classics 71 ‐ 78, (C) Fox‐bodied 79 ‐ 93,(D) SN95 94 – 98, (E) SN95 99 ‐04,(F) S197 Mustangs 05 ‐ 09, (G) S197 Mustangs 10 ‐ +, (O)Non‐Mustang/LM Car,(T) Truck with trophies awarded in each category. There will be single trophies awarded for Best‐in‐Show, Sponsor’s Choice, and others. Door prizes will be given throughout the event.

• The decisions of the Southern Maryland Mustang Club and affiliates concerning this show are final. No exceptions.

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• No dangerous or immature behavior will be tolerated. (Burnouts, drifting,speeding, etc.)

• This is an alcohol free, family oriented event for all ages. Please act responsible.

• Food and drinks will be available for purchase and a DJ will be present.

• All images taken on show grounds by the Southern Maryland Mustang Club and affiliates are property of the Southern Maryland Mustang Club and affiliates and may be reproduced, posted and/or shared in any manner deemed by us.

• Vendor spots are available for $20 per space (10X10). Contact us at info@somdmustang.org

13ssWaldorf Ford is Located at 2440 Crain Highway in Waldorf, MD 20601.  Please visit our website at http://www.waldorfford.com or call (301) 843-2400!

 

Ford Focus Remains Best-Selling Vehicle Nameplate in the World, Bolstered by Strong Sales in First-Quarter 2013

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  • Based on Ford’s analysis of Polk’s latest global vehicle registration data, Ford Focuscontinues to be the world’s best-selling vehicle nameplate
  • Focus global retail registrations up 18 percent in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the same period last year
  • Focus now produced in nine plants worldwide, giving Ford capacity to build more than two Focus vehicles every minute

WALDORF, MD, September 2013 – Ford Focus, the best-selling vehicle nameplate in the world last year, retains that ranking through the first quarter of 2013 with global vehicle registrations up 18 percent compared to the same period in 2012.

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Focus remains one of our most popular vehicles,” said Greg Basiliko. “It’s a fit for those who seek fuel efficiency, great styling and versatility. We encourage anyone who would like to test drive a Focus or just learn more to visit our dealership any time.”

Based on analysis of Polk’s latest global registration to date, 288,724 Focus vehicles were registered in the quarter ending March 31 – the most recent figures available.

Growth was also seen at Waldorf Ford over the last six months with 162 vehicles sold.

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Globally, strong demand in key markets such as China and Brazil fueled the growth. Focus registrations in China reached 104,065 vehicles, up 153 percent compared to the first quarter of 2012. In Brazil, demand rose 18 percent, with 7,227 vehicles registered during the period.

Focus is available in a range of models depending on market, including sedan, hatchback, wagon, an electric-powered model and the high-performance Focus ST.

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Visit Waldorf Ford located at 2440 Crain Hwy, Waldorf, MD 20601 and http://www.waldorfford.com to learn more.

Looking for a New or Pre-Owned Vehicle? Waldorf Ford has got plenty of resources to help you with your next purchase! #eCatalog

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Looking for a New or Pre-Owned Vehicle?  Waldorf Ford has got plenty of resources to help you with your next purchase! #eCatalog

There comes a point in most everyone’s life that they need to replace their current vehicle. Life changing events such as a new job, a baby, moving to a different area, or significant vehicle repairs are all important factors as to deciding whether or not to purchase a new or pre-owned vehicle. It can be a big task researching and narrowing down the choices.

From beginning your search online in the comfort of your own home on websites such as Kelley Blue Book, AutoTrader, and Edmunds; to finding what you want, and then taking the plunge and making the decision to go ahead and purchase can be scary.

The next question is – who do I buy it from? Like many us of; Google has become our yellow pages and you can almost always find your local dealer there. But also, don’t forget to check your local newspaper for auto advertisements and #Deals. Then after reading customer satisfaction reviews on Google or DealerRater.com you’ve finally found the place!

Then the communication with the dealer begins; negotiating a price, deciding on an extended warranty or accessories? Then its on to financing, do I use my own bank or the dealer, 60 months or 72 months? So many things to consider. I don’t know about you but it can become overwhelming.

But not to worry! Waldorf Ford is here to save the day! Waldorf Ford’s Motto is; Dedicated to Excellence; whether it is during or after the sale, our priority is taking care of our customers. In addition to making sure that everyone is completely satisfied we love to provide our customers with the most up-to-date information on our huge selection of new and pre-owned inventory, sales incentives, special events and most importantly #Deals!

One of our many resources is Waldorf ford’s eCatalog. Here customers can browse for current specials, updated inventory, and awesome deals every two weeks! Also, don’t forget to check your local newspaper for Waldorf Ford’s bi-weekly ad! It is your source for a great #Deal! Serving all of Maryland, Virginia, and surrounding areas.

So during your search don’t hesitate to visit Waldorf Ford at 2440 Crain Hwy located in Waldorf, MD 20601, call us at 888-284-1466, or visit us online at http://www.waldorfford.com!

Waldorf Ford Makes Driveway Car-Washing Easy and Fun with Tips and Video

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Waldorf Ford Makes Driveway Car-Washing Easy and Fun with Tips and Video

Waldorf, Maryland, 2013 – Saving a few dollars, getting a little exercise in the sun or prepping your classic for a summer cruise are just a few reasons to clean your vehicle by hand.

Besides, a freshly-washed and cleaned car just looks better, right?

Waldorf Ford has some tips for the next time you’re in the mood to grab a hose and a bucket to make the star of your driveway look its best.

Visit http://www.TheFordStory.com to watch “Ford Makes Car-Washing Easy,” a short and entertaining video featuring Gerry Bonanni, senior engineer, Paint and Body Repair and the Ford GT Mustang.

Cleaning your car’s exterior:

• Be well-soaked: Make sure the car is fully rinsed off first and kept wet during the wash. You want to float the dirt off the surface

• Use the right soap: Ford recommends soap specifically formulated for cars. “Even a mild dishwashing liquid can strip wax protection and possibly cause waterspotting concerns,” said Gerry Bonanni, senior engineer, Paint and Body Repair

• Grab your mitt: Ford recommends a sponge or wool mitt. Keep the sponge or mitt wet and sudsy to help float the dirt away instead of rubbing or scratching the surface

• Start at the top: Wash the top, then the sides and save the bottom for last, which is where the most grit typically accumulates

• Dry it off: Use a water blade and a soft towel to fully dry the vehicle

• Wax on: Ford recommends waxing your car to help keep the surface protected

• Wiper blades: Use isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol

Each Ford vehicle undergoes a five-layer paint process designed to enhance long-term durability. The procedure starts with a pretreatment that protects against corrosion and ends with a clearcoat that aids in reducing chips and scratches.

Cleaning your car’s interior:

• Instrument panel: Wipe the instrument panel, interior trim areas and cluster lens with a clean, damp white cotton cloth, then use a clean and dry white cotton cloth to dry those areas. Household or glass cleaners are not recommended

• Vacuum: For fabric, carpets, cloth seats and safety belts, use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust and loose dirt

• Use the right cleaners: Ford recommends using auto-specific carpet and upholstery cleaner for light stains. If grease or tar is present, Ford recommends spot-cleaning the area first with an auto-specific spot-and-stain remover

• For leather seats: For routine cleaning, wipe the surface with a soft, damp cloth. For more thorough cleaning, wipe the surface with a mild soap-and-water solution. Dry the area with a soft cloth. Leather cleaning products designed for automotive interiors also are available

Summer-specific issues
Ford recommends never washing a vehicle that is hot to the touch or during exposure to strong, direct sunlight. In addition to warm weather, summer also presents other challenges when it comes to keeping your car looking nice. When you’re hit with the following, try to clean off quickly and follow these tips:

• Bird droppings, bugs, suntan lotion, insect repellent: Wash off with car wash soap and water as soon as possible
• Tree sap and tar: Use a good quality bug and tar remover and wax afterward
• Bothered by bugs? Going on a long trip and don’t want to face a windshield and/or bumper full of dead insects by the time you arrive? Wipe down your windshield with a tumble dryer sheet; bugs won’t stick to the glass as easily. Also, give your bumpers the once-over with cooking spray
• Don’t scratch it; smear it: Can’t get that sticker from the amusement park or beach parking lot off your window? Saturate it with cooking oil before you start scrubbing

Here are a couple of tips aimed at those who display their vehicles at car shows.

To clean aluminum wheels and wheel covers:
• Use wheel and tire cleaner. Heavy dirt and brake dust accumulation may require a little elbow grease with a sponge. Rinse thoroughly with a strong stream of water
• Never apply any cleaning chemical to hot or warm wheel rims or covers

To clean the engine:
• Take care when using a power washer. The high-pressure fluid could penetrate sealed parts and cause damage
• Do not spray a hot engine with cold water. You could crack the engine block or other engine components
• Use specially formulated engine shampoo and degreaser
• The battery and filters need to be covered when cleaning. Refer to your owner’s manual
• Never wash or rinse the engine while it is hot or running; water in the running engine may cause internal damage
• Never wash or rinse any ignition coil, spark plug wire or spark plug well, or the area in and around these locations

Be sure to refer to your vehicle owner guide or contact Waldorf Ford for more cleaning and care information.

Waldorf Ford is located at 2440 Crain Hwy in Waldorf, Maryland 20601. Call 301-843-2400.

Ford MyKey, Now on 6 Million Vehicles, Helps Parents Keep Teens Safe This Summer

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  • MyKey® technology – now in 6 million Ford and Lincoln vehicles on the road nationwide – is there when parents can’t be in the car with their teens this summer
  • Ford’s MyKey technology encourages teenagers to wear their seat belts, keep the radio volume down, watch their speed and pay attention to the road – not their cell phones
  • 2014 Ford Fiesta is the latest Ford vehicle to get MyKey technology, available in dealerships this summer

Waldorf, Maryland, 2013 – There is perhaps no bigger worry for parents than their teens’ safety, including when they get behind the wheel this summer vacation season.

Parents’ concern is more than just instinct – the numbers back it up. Ford’s analysis of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data shows teen driver fatalities increase every month beginning in May before declining in September. So who is there to remind teenagers to buckle up when their parents aren’t around? How will they know when the radio is a distraction, or to slow down?

The answer: Ford MyKey® technology – standard equipment now on 6 million Ford Motor Company vehicles nationwide, including the new 2014 Fiesta, available in dealerships this summer.

“By using our MyKey technology, parents can increase the chances their children will adopt safe driving practices,” said Greg Basiliko General Manager of Waldorf Ford.  “While state laws and educational programs are critical, ultimately, parents are the most critical component to keep their teen drivers safe.”

MyKey equals love, not control

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MyKey was inspired by the determination of Andy Sarkisian, Ford safety planning and strategy manager, to keep his two daughters, along with teens everywhere, safe behind the wheel.

“We were brainstorming at work, thinking, ‘Is there anything we can do to our vehicles – anything we could add – to keep our kids safer?’” recalls Sarkisian, who has been with Ford for 35 years. “At the time, I was living out the scenario at home.”

Sarkisian and his team came up with MyKey after evaluating how teens can still have their freedom while learning to be responsible behind the wheel.

“It’s not about control – it’s not anything that dramatic,” Sarkisian says. “MyKey is about love. It’s about helping your children manage the transition from childhood to adulthood, and keeping them safer while they do it.”

The easily programmable system features several options:

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  • Persistent Ford Belt-Minder® with audio mute sounds chimes and mutes the radio to remind teens to buckle up. A message on the instrument panel is also displayed: “Buckle Up to Unmute Radio”
  • Volume control can limit the audio system to 44 percent of maximum output if the radio is too loud
  • A speed alert chime at 45, 55 and 65 mph will remind teens to slow down. Parents can also limit top speed to 80 mph
  • “Do Not Disturb” helps parents block incoming phone calls and hold text messages on a phone paired with Ford SYNC® when teens are behind the wheel
  • In addition to the typical warnings displayed when the fuel level reaches 25 and 50 miles to empty, MyKey provides an extra warning at 75 miles to remind your teen to fill up

Consumers who would like to test drive a vehicle with MyKey technology can visit Waldorf Ford located at 2440 Crain Hwy in Waldorf, Maryland for a free demonstration.

Distracted driving, a growing concern

Distracted driving is a huge concern for parents of inexperienced drivers, and Ford’s “Do Not Disturb” feature helps minimize the risk. When paired with Ford SYNC, “Do Not Disturb” blocks incoming phone calls or text messages. Calls are diverted to voicemail and text messages are saved on the device for later viewing. Drivers can still make voice-activated outgoing calls, and SYNC 911 Assist® can still make a call in case of emergency.

“‘Do Not Disturb’ is yet another way Ford is helping parents encourage their kids to drive safer,” says Sarkisian. “We are continually listening to our customers and responding to parents’ desire to make sure their kids are paying attention to the road, not their cell phones.”

For more information visit Waldorf Ford at 2440 Crain Hwy, Waldorf, Maryland 20601.  Or visit us online at http://www.waldorfford.com or call us at 1-888-284-1463.

Join us for Waldorf Ford’s Customer Appreciation Day! Saturday, June 8th, 2013!

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Who: Everyone is welcome!  Current customers, friends, family, children, and anyone in the community! Come one, come all!!!

What: Please Join us for Waldorf Ford’s 13th Annual Customer Appreciation Day Event!!!

When: Saturday, June 8th, 2013! From 10 am to 2 pm!

Where: Waldorf Ford, located at 2440 Crain Hwy, Waldorf, MD 20601.

Phone: (301) 843-2400.

Why:  The annual Customer Appreciation event was created in 2000, as a way to give back to our community and give THANKS to all of our customers and all the children.

“It is our way of saying thanks to the community by providing a free service to parents to safeguard our children.  During Customer Appreciation day we provide a free DNA life print for kids all while making it fun for the whole family.  We provide food, games, activities, and prizes to give thanks and to show our customers how important they are to us,”  said Greg Basiliko, General Manager of Waldorf Ford & Dodge.

What to expect:  There will be food, clowns, games, karaoke, prizes, Free DNA Life Print for children, visits from the Humane Society of Charles County, and lots more!

Come rain or shine!  We look forward to seeing all of you there tomorrow and THANK YOU!

Waldorf Ford is located at 2440 Crain Hwy in Waldorf, MD just 15 minutes south of Washington, DC.

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Are you a Commercial Fleet Customer? Ford’s new hybrids can you as much as 45 percent in operational costs!

Ford Fusion, C-MAX Hybrids Attracting New Companies Searching for Savings at the Fuel Pump

  • Ford’s new hybrids can save business customers as much as 45 percent in operational costs
  • Ford expects to double hybrid vehicle production as companies procure Fusion and C-MAX for their company fleets, and as model year market share, according to R.L. Polk, has grown 13 percent since 2012
  • Ford C-MAX Hybrid and Fusion Hybrid have been purchased by a variety of companies including Con-way, Esurance, Quest Diagnostics and AT&T for fleet use since their introductions last fall
  • Fleet operations teams can put an average of 24,000 miles annually on a vehicle throughout its service; durability, resale value, technology and cost savings are all major factors in purchase decisions for companies as they evaluate fleet options
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DEARBORN, Mich., April 29, 2013 – Ford’s fuel-saving Fusion and C-MAX hybrids are attracting new commercial buyers searching for ways to save money at the pump.
Con-way, Esurance, Quest Diagnostics and AT&T are among the newest companies to purchase Ford hybrid vehicles for their national fleets. Many of their regional employees drive more than 24,000 miles annually.
“New commercial fleet customers are turning to Ford as they look for fuel-efficient, durable vehicles that can withstand the daily use and duty cycles of their businesses,” said Jon Coleman, Ford commercial fleet sustainability and technology manager. “Ford’s Fusion Hybrid and C-MAX Hybrid give them the tools they need to get the job done, including leading EPA-estimated fuel economy, technology, great quality and durability.”
Many companies are seeing the value in replacing gas fleets with new offerings from Ford’s hybrid lineup, and the savings can be significant – cutting total operational costs by as much as 45 percent. At the same time, hybrid vehicles typically retain higher resale values than their gas counterparts. Resale value is an important factor when companies calculate total operating costs for their business fleets.
Ford has seen rising demand for fuel-efficient vehicles, especially hybrids among fleet customers. These buyers are increasingly choosing Ford’s Fusion Hybrid and C-MAX Hybrid – both introduced last fall – as they look to further their sustainability efforts and reduce operating costs in their national fleets.
Con-way, a transportation and logistics services company with nearly 500 locations in North America, is adding just more than 1,000 Fusion Hybrids to its national fleet this year. The cars are deployed with operations and sales personnel at the company’s Con-way Freight, Con-way Truckload and Menlo Worldwide Logistics operating units. Collectively, Con-way expects to save more than 1 million gallons of gas annually while reducing carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 45 percent using Fusion Hybrid as its primary fleet car.
After an extensive selection process, San Francisco-based Esurance chose 50 Fusion Hybrids for its national claims fleet to provide the latest technology, while also saving fuel and reducing carbon emissions. Esurance expects to save more than 69,000 gallons of gas over the next few years, which translates to a savings of more than $255,000, at a national average of $3.71 a gallon.
Commercial fleet customers continue to move toward more environmentally responsible vehicles to support their sustainability efforts, while providing the latest technology and safety features for their drivers. Ford technology such as SmartGauge® with EcoGuide provides valuable hybrid driving information, including the amount of energy captured through regenerative braking, most efficient trip suggestions for frequently traveled routes, and instant feedback on a driver’s green score via leaves earned for each segment driven.
“Besides the obvious benefits of improved fuel efficiency and reduced carbon emissions, the advanced technologies in Fusion Hybrid are just as important,” said Mitch Plaat, Con-way vice president of procurement. “Ford’s technology suite – which includes lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, backup cameras, navigation system and the SYNC® hands-free system – helps Con-way reduce accidents and improve highway safety for employees, their families and other motorists.
“The hybrids’ reduced carbon emissions also complement our sustainability mission and contribute to our efforts to be a good steward of the environment,” Plaat added.
Randy Mullett, Con-way vice president of government relations and public affairs, selected the 2013 Fusion Hybrid for his company car. Mullett is impressed by its fuel economy and advanced safety features. “My Fusion’s advanced technology features, lower emissions, reduced fuel consumption and superb styling all combine for a great car that is inexpensive to operate and embodies the professional image we want to present for our customers,” he says. “It serves as a tangible sign of Con-way’s commitment to sustainability.”
Quest Diagnostics recently added 150 C-MAX Hybrids to support its national logistics requirements. “As the leading diagnostic information services company, we maintain a significant national logistics operation for transporting millions of patient specimens each year for testing at our clinical laboratories,” said Clete Lewis, director, environmental, health and safety, Quest Diagnostics. “Given our scale, the type of vehicles in our fleet can really make a difference to the environment and our business costs.
“The environmentally conscious C-MAX Hybrid is much more fuel efficient and produces less pollution than standard automobiles,” Lewis added. “It is a smart addition to our fleet because it will promote lower fuel costs while also helping us to empower better health in the communities we serve.”
Ford now offers five electrified vehicles:
  • C-MAX Hybrid: EPA-estimated rating of 47 mpg city, highway and combined – up to 7 mpg better than Toyota Prius v – plus 50 more horsepower and 12 class-exclusive technologies
  • C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid: Best EPA-estimated combined miles per gallon equivalency of any plug-in hybrid, Ford’s first production plug-in hybrid vehicle has an EPA-estimated city rating of 108 MPGe and 21 miles of all-electric range – more than triple Prius plug-in’s six miles – and an EPA-estimated gas plus electric range of 620 miles. C-MAX Energi’s “real car” performance includes 195 horsepower (versus Prius plug-in at 134 horsepower), engaging driving dynamics and a quiet interior – all with a leading electric-only speed of 85 mph, more than 20 mph above the Prius
  • Fusion Hybrid: EPA-estimated rating of 47 mpg city, highway and combined, up to 6 mpg better than the Toyota Camry Hybrid
  • Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid: EPA-estimated gas plus electric range of 620 miles, electric-only range of up to 21 miles, and EPA-estimated rating of 108 MPGe city, 92 MPGe highway and 100 MPGe combined
  • Focus Electric: One of America’s most fuel-efficient compact cars, with an EPA-estimated rating of 110 MPGe city, 99 MPGe highway and 105 MPGe combined
More information about Ford’s electrified vehicle lineup can be found at Waldorf Ford located at 2440 Crain Highway, Waldorf, MD 20601.  Or visit us online at http://www.waldorfford.com.  1-888-284-1463

LADIES DAY VIDEO is This Thursday, May 9th, 2013!

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LADIES DAY is this Thursday, May 9th, 2013!!! Watch as the “Natalies” from Waldorf Ford’s Service Department talk about this very special event! #WaldorfLadiesDay

Calling all LADIES! Waldorf Ford’s First Ever LADIES DAY in Service!!!

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Waldorf Ford’s Service Department is so excited to announce the FIRST EVER “Ladies Day” Event here at Waldorf Ford!

At Waldorf Ford, we celebrate woman all year long so what’s not to love about a day dedicated to exactly that.  With Mother’s Day right around the corner we are cordially inviting you to celebrate and pamper yourselves, mothers, and vehicles at Waldorf Ford’s Service Department! 

On Thursday, May 9th, 2013 – 8 am to 5 pm, in Waldorf Ford’s Service Department Ladies will receive a special gift, a car wash, 5-minute chair massage, coffee, snacks, and goodies with the purchase of a service!  Plus Ladies will receive a $19.99 Oil Change.  Look for the coupon on our website and facebook!  Visit us on www.waldorfford.com, www.facebook.com/waldorfford or look for our hash tag #waldorfladiesday!

Please join us at on Thursday, May 9th, 2013 from 8 am to 5 pm at Waldorf Ford’s Service Department for our first ever “Ladies Day”!  Sounds like a great day to take care of all your vehicles service needs don’t you think?

We will be at Ladies Day on May 9th!  How about you?

Waldorf Ford is located on route 301 north in Waldorf, just 15 minutes south of Washington, DC.  Waldorf Ford 2440 Crain Highway, Waldorf, MD 20601. 

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