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March 2010
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HURRY IN.......
 
Hurry in , Time is running out to reserve your 2011 Ford Fiesta
Contact us today at 800-637-6876 toll free or local 253-475-4151
*Reservations close on 4/02/2010
 
                                                          

 

Coming Spring 2010
 Get a sneak peek
 on March 17th at 2pm
Titus-Will Ford Showroom
Contact our Truck Specialists at Titus-Will
for all details and new features.
 
 

 

Ford driving at No. 1 spot

Ford Motor Corp. took the sales crown in Canada and the United States last month, marking a milestone in the turnaround of the Detroit automaker.

While the inclination may be to assume Ford's gains in February were on the back of Toyota Motor Corp.'s troubles, said David Mondragon, Ford of Canada chief executive, it's more likely the result of momentum Ford has built over the past few years.

"I wouldn't attribute any of our uptick in sales to Toyota," he said. "I would attribute it all to the strength of our product line. The fact is that we have the freshest product line in the industry today and consumers are gravitating to the brand."


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Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center
located at Titus-Will

NO MATTER WHAT YOU DRIVE.....

We service all vehicle makes and models, so come in today to take advantage of all our Quick Lane benefits.


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Now on DriveLiveTV: The 2010 Ford F150
There’s much to be garnered from generations of experience, no matter what the topic, and there’s no better example of this than the Ford F-series pickup truck. Now with twelve generations under its belt, dating back to 1948, the F-150 just keeps getting newer with age.
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The 2010 Ford Taurus Redesign Blows Past Old Boundaries
Ford’s segment leading sedan is back and better than ever.

The all-new 2010 Ford Taurus is an excellent example of the right way to give an automotive legend a second life. Taurus spent many years as Ford’s most celebrated domestic midsize sedan, so Ford decided to take the Taurus to the next level when it comes to technology, driving experience and comfort. The result is one of the most attractive and complete family cars on the market.
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New Mustang, More Horses
Ford reinvigorates the 2011 Mustang V6 with even more power.

One of the primary complaints among Mustang loyalists in recent years has been the vehicle’s perceived shortage of horsepower, particularly when compared to its robust competitors. Rest assured, Ford has heard you loud and clear: the 2011 Mustang is primed to reclaim its rightful place atop the muscle car pantheon by adding a lot more horses to its impressive V6 stable.
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Think outside the terra-cotta planter with these stylish alternatives
7 great ideas using containers from recycled materials
by Brandy Newman

Find a wire wastebasket of preferred height at a home store. Lightly line it with peat moss, then fill the remaining area with potting soil. Top it off with your desired plants. Here, white delphiniums lend subtle elegance to an entry area.

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Let Washington’s Food Festivals Whet Your Appetite!
Variety is on the menu when it comes to area festivities!

Are you hungry for a taste of something delicious this Spring? See what’s cooking at a festival near you! From wine and spirit festivals to vegetarian expos, there’s something to suit every taste!
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Crab and Horseradish Havarti Dip
Blend crabmeat with an assortment of cheeses, sour cream, mayonnaise, baby spinach, and green onions for a creamy baked dip.

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High Octane Myths – What Does That Number at the Pump Really Mean?
The truth about Regular, Plus and Super gasoline.

In the automotive world, there are many common myths, which are repeated so many times that, after a while, they eventually transform themselves into ‘facts.’ Unsurprisingly, many of these ‘facts’ have to do with gasoline, whether they be regarding fuel mileage, power possibilities or some other arcane aspect of the internal combustion engine.
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Get your vehicle ready for Spring! Do "The Works"

 
Quick Lane Specials

 
 

 
CONTENTS
Now on DriveLiveTV: The 2010 Ford F150
HURRY IN.......
Crab and Horseradish Havarti Dip
Coming Spring 2010
A Green Gift for a Good Cause
The 2011 Ford Mustang GT Shines as Daytona 500 Pace Car
Going Green Beyond the Grapes
High Octane Myths – What Does That Number at the Pump Really Mean?
The 2010 Ford Taurus Redesign Blows Past Old Boundaries
New Mustang, More Horses
Let Washington’s Food Festivals Whet Your Appetite!
Ford driving at No. 1 spot
Think outside the terra-cotta planter with these stylish alternatives
Get your vehicle ready for Spring! Do "The Works"
Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center
Quick Lane Specials
A Green Gift for a Good Cause
Ford Motor Company helps fund Smith College’s new engineering facility.


In 1999, Smith College became the first and only U.S. institution to offer an accredited all-women engineering program. Since its founding, the Picker Engineering Program has earned high marks for innovation both within the classroom and beyond.
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The 2011 Ford Mustang GT Shines as Daytona 500 Pace Car
With a 5.0-liter V8 engine and red glass roof, it was a debut unlike any other.


For decades, the Ford Mustang has earned a reputation as one of the world’s most beloved muscle cars. Certain features may have changed over the years, but the bottom line always remains the same: the Mustang is an American icon, a symbol of power and endurance.
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Going Green Beyond the Grapes
Several vineyards are finding new ways to offer earth-friendly – and guilt-free – wine.


Although vineyards are often filled with rustic, old-world charm, the process of making and selling wine usually relies on the efficiency of modern-day industrialization. Unfortunately, this efficiency is not necessarily eco-friendly, and wineries find themselves spending outrageous amounts of materials and energy on pesticides, packaging and distribution. The good news, however, is that more and more vineyards are going green, striving for Mother Nature’s seal of approval without sacrificing the aromas and tastes of their products.
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