Two Ford F-150s from Hamilton dealership land at Niagara College
Published July 20, 2021 at 5:37 pm
Are F-150s really “Built Ford Tough”?
Niagara College students in the Motive Power programs are about to find out after Hamilton’s Eastgate Ford sent them two F-150 trucks in a donation from Ford Canada last week.
Naturally, the program was thrilled with the donation of the trucks, which will be used for hands-on training in the motive power technician program.
“We are extremely grateful for this generous donation from Ford Canada and for all the hard work from the team at Eastgate Ford to make this a reality,” Jeffrey Murrell, associate dean, School of Trades said in a release.
“The new technology in these vehicles will allow us to offer first-class hands-on learning experiences to our students that will help prepare them for their future careers.”
Robert Fricker, Service Manager of Eastgate Ford added, “Ford Canada and Eastgate Ford have long been supporters of Niagara College and we look forward to seeing what the future holds for the students our partnership has impacted.”
Ford Canada has been a strong supporter of Niagara College’s motive power programs for many years. Ford also supports Niagara College through the ACE (Automotive Career Exploration) program.
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