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Beat the winter chill with this one simple trick from Ford!

We may be nearing the end of February here in Oregon and Washington, but we all know that winter is far from over here in the Northwest. And with plenty of rain, sleet, and snow in the weeks to come, most of us are looking for a little relief from the blustery chill that still has its grip on us here in Hermiston, OR and Prosser, WA. Well, luckily Ford knows exactly how you feel during the winter months, which is why it's shared a helpful little video on how to beat back the morning chill.


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How Much Do Tai and Terrence Love Their 2016 Fusion? Let Them Count the Ways….

One way to get the inside scoop on a vehicle is to ask someone who currently owns, and that’s exactly what Ford decided to do. They approached real-life couple and 2016 Ford Fusion owners Tai and Terrence and asked them what they love about their 2016 Fusion. If you’re looking for the inside story on the ownership experience for the 2016 Fusion, check out this video, and if you find your interest piqued, give us a visit at Tom Denchel Ford Country to see the real deal.


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Ford F-150: Good for Work, Great for Play

The Ford F-150 is a highly capable work truck, but it has a lot to offer when it comes to recreation as well. Consider the class-exclusive and innovative available LED Side-Mirror Spotlights. They bring the sun, even in the middle of the night, so you can work on well into the evening hours. You deserve a Ford truck that has all the features you need to tackle projects big and small, but what sets the F-150 apart is it’s ability to go seamlessly from your work truck to your recreational vehicle at the end of the day.


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Ford’s Mustang Moments Feature Chef

For lots of people, a career in medicine is an unfulfilled dream. Urologist Bernhard Schonsee, has been working in his chosen career for years. While he finds it fulfilling and enjoys helping people, he’s ready for a new challenge.

And just where might this new challenge lie? Bernhard dreams of trying his hand at being a chef. In fact, he and his girlfriend—who works in the food industry—have plans to open their own restaurant someday.

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Ford + Art + Music + Food = Fun Festival

Are you a fan of live music, delicious food (who isn’t?!) and beautiful artwork? If you don’t yet have plans for Labor Day Weekend, mark your calendar now.

Ford’s 19th annual Arts, Beats & Eats festival will be held then in Downtown Royal Oak, Michigan. The event draws thousands of people. In addition to all the fun and festivities, the event also raises thousands of dollars for area nonprofits.

Last year the Arts, Beats & Eats event raised $250,000 which was donated to local charities.


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Mustang, F-150 Named Most Popular by

Here at Tom Denchel Ford Country in Hermiston, we take pride in offering a high quality lineup of new Ford vehicle's, and we get excited when we seem them get the recognition they deserve. Earlier this morning, we learned that two of our vehicles were named winners of a 2016 Most Popular award from

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The Ford Focus: This “Rock Star’s” Dream Car

When you were a kid did you dream of being a rock star? The big hair, the tall boots, the leather pants and most of all, the desire to sing and play guitar or drums in front of an audience of screaming fans: what’s not to love?

While we may have had that dream, most of us recognized that it was just that: a dream. We can’t imagine what this salesman at Ford thought when Dr. Genevieve St. Jermain showed up at his dealership:

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Tom Denchel Ford Country Addresses "The Code of the Road"

Maybe you and some buddies are spending a weekend away from the books. Or perhaps you want to squeeze in one last adventure with the fam before the cold weather settles in. Whatever reason behind your desire to hit the road, we at Tom Denchel Ford Country feel the need to acknowledge that there are certain road-tripping rules that cannot be ignored. Check out the link below to learn more!

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Ford History: The 999 Racer

Ever wonder where the American racing craze got its start? The exact answer is up for debate, but automotive historians suspect it had something to do with the Ford 999. This turn-of-the-century model found itself caught between two Henrys: Leland and Ford. Ultimately, the early racer's plans went with the latter, who would spend $5,000 to produce it -- that's the equivalent of nearly $120,000 today! In spite of its grand budget, this 26 horsepower model possessed neither a steering wheel, nor a body. Learn more about the Ford 999 Racer in the article below from Craftsman…

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Ford's Car Sharing Service Could Make Your Payment More Manageable

We all want a way to lower our car payment, there's no two ways about it. That being said, Ford is getting rather creative in how it allows drivers to do so. The automaker is testing a new car sharing service overseas which will allow car owners to put their vehicle up for rent in order to earn some extra money to put towards their car payment. Ward's tweeted a story about the service recently which caught our attention, and we have to say: we think it could really take off. That being said, fo
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