A sheriff's deputy who rescued an unresponsive man from a burning car earned Officer of the Month honors from Ford of Murfreesboro.
Two Sheriff's school resource officers who possibly saved a suicidal student earned Officer of the Month awards for October and November from Ford of Murfreesboro.
Keeping a mentally ill man from taking his own life earned a sheriff's deputy the Officer of the Month Award from Ford of Murfreesboro.
Rescuing two young sisters from a potential drowning earned School Resource Officer Jeff DeGennaro the Officer of the Month award in August from Ford of Murfreesboro.
Through a partnership with two local automotive dealerships, elementary students in Rutherford County Schools are being surprised and rewarded with a new bicycle for maintaining good attendance.
Ford of Murfreesboro, Murfreesboro's largest land dealership, announced today that it has been named in Automotive News, Top 100 list of "Best Dealerships to Work For."
This Saturday: For each test-drive taken at the one-day event, Ford & Ford of Murfreesboro will give $20, up to a total of $8,000.
Ford of Murfreesboro has teamed up with MOAB Bikes and Rutherford County Elementary Schools for a Perfect Attendance program where eligible students can win a new Trek bicycle.
Through the first eight months of 2016, the All-New Ford of Murfreesboro sales have risen 25% percent from last year. Ford of Murfreesboro sold more vehicles in the U.S. during the first eight months of 2016 than in any full year prior to 2016.
The Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Friday (8/19/2016) at the new Ford of Murfreesboro facility at the corner of Broad and Northfield.
Evidently, the salesman was showing the car to 29 year old Michael Deandre Owens on Tuesday afternoon when Owens allegedly drove off in the new Ford Mustang Roush - Stage 3 model.
Murfreesboro is about to get the largest auto dealership in the southeast. The new Ford of Murfreesboro officially opens in a week--on Friday, July 15th. It is located on Broad at Northfield.
Ford of Murfreesboro will soon begin a new chapter in Rutherford County with a brand new state of the art showroom.
Recovering a loaded handgun from a high school student resulted in a Sheriff's School Resource Officer earning the Officer of the Month award from Ford of Murfreesboro for March, said Sheriff Robert Arnold.
The City of Murfreesboro Golf Department is proud to announce the 2016 "Ford of Murfreesboro Ace the Majors" fundraising campaign at Bloomfield Links.
Working after hours to locate two burglary suspects earned a Sheriff's Office sergeant Officer of the Month honors in February from Ford of Murfreesboro, said Sheriff Robert Arnold.
It was first unveiled at the SEMA Auto Show... It is the 2016 Cobra Jet. This turnkey Ford race car is one of only 50 made. Ford of Murfreesboro has car number 29 on their showroom floor.
Ford of Murfreesboro will open their brand new dealership in just a few months. WGNS' Scott Walker has more...
Ford of Murfreesboro aims to collect over 1,000 jars of peanut butter in this month. Taylor Loyal with Second Harvest Food Bank explains...
Leading an investigation resulting in arrests of two suspects for a morning crime spree earned Sheriff's Deputy A.J. Ross honors as Ford of Murfreesboro's Officer of the Month for January.
Ford of Murfreesboro employees will be presenting a check in the amount of $41,000 to invest in the local United Way...
Ford of Murfreesboro has reported that two new vehicles have been stolen, along with the keys.
The Ford of Murfreesboro Dealership is quickly becoming one of the biggest dealers in the South. David Lee, Owner of Ford of Murfreesboro, stated...
July first brought more growth to the Heart of Tennessee. Ford of Murfreesboro broke ground on their massive new facility. It will be located adjacent to the existing facility on the corner of Northwest Broad Street and Northfield Boulevard.
And so it begins! Ford of Murfreesboro is under construction, but they are still open!
What really makes the new F-150 different is the fact that it has an all-aluminum body...
"Due to his diligence, Deputy Towle stopped the blade from potentially being used inside the public building," Sheriff Arnold said.
The Rutherford County Property Assessors Office is one of the first in the state to go with a hybrid Ford product to assess properties. Property Assessor Rob Mitchell stated...
Thursday, August 21st from 6:00 - 8:00pm, the legendary Jack Roush, founder, CEO and co-owner of Roush Fenway Racing is returning to Ford of Murfreesboro...
Saving the life of a 7-year-old choking girl earned Officer of the Month honors for April for School Resource Officer Matt Powell. For his efforts, SRO Powell received an engraved watch from owner David Lee of Ford of Murfreesboro.
Saving the life of a 7-year-old choking girl earned Officer of the Month honors for April for School Resource Officer Matt Powell.
Ford of Murfreesboro is among an elite group of Ford and Lincoln dealerships to be recognized with the 2013 President’s Award by Ford Motor Company.
Making sure that 850 special needs students attend the Lone Star Rodeo earned Sgt. Bill West honors as Officer of the Month in March from Ford of Murfreesboro.
Katelyn Boyett, an FFA member of Eagleville HS FFA, has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by Ford of Murfreesboro and Ford Motor Company through the National FFA Scholarship program.
“When Mustang was approved for development more than 50 years ago, I don’t think anyone imagined it would spawn such a dedicated base of fans around the world and still be in production today,” said David Lee, owner and General Manager of Ford of Murfreesboro.
Ford of Murfreesboro, Siegel High School, and members of the local community raised $3,860 for the Siegel Football Team at a recent test-drive event, as part of Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program.
Recovering more than $200,000 worth of stolen property earned Officer of the Month honors in October for a Rutherford County Sheriff’s detective, said Sheriff Robert Arnold.
The Nissan North America, Inc. Smyrna Plant finds many avenues to impact the community. Nissan Battery Plant recently refurbished two playgrounds in Smyrna as part of United Way’s Hometown Huddle.
Owner/General Manager of Ford of Murfreesboro, David Lee, presents a check for 300 literacy kits to Jennifer Matikke and Claire Wilson of United Way to kick off the dealership’s participation in Stuff the Bus.
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