Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Transit Connect RV Conversion

click to see video  2010 Ford Transit Connect XLT

This Transit RV Conversion provides extremem value for your dollar.  More information can be viewed by clicking here.  The Gresham Ford staff enlisted one of our local vendors to custom create the cabinets and full size sleeping system.  Even though this is a true custom vehicle your price is still considerable lower than other competitors.  Call or stop by Gresham Ford on the corner of 242nd and Powell Blvd in Gresham or 503-665-0101.  Joe Roberts, Inventory Control Specialist, would be happy to provide a walk-around of this vehicle at your leisure.  Joe also enjoys RVing and travel in his personal life and provide important insight and advice to questions you may be having when choosing a recreational vehicle.  If you live in the Gresham, Boring, Clackamas Oregon areas and need a Ford Dealership, Gresham Ford is eager to become your Oregon Ford Dealer of choice.  Even if you live in Vancouver or the Salem Woodburn Oregon areas Gresham Ford is happy to make the drive worth your while with transparent pricing with no high pressure sales tactics.  When you enter the Gresham Ford showroom you will immediately notice the relaxed nature of our Master Certified Ford Product Specialist.  The reason you go to a Ford Dealer is for their expertise and information.  Gresham Ford answers that need with 100% of sales professionals holdin current certification on 100% of the Ford product vehicles like the Transit Connect.  Give Gresham Ford a try and you'll be sure to see the difference. 



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Price: ATO37744


L4, 2.0L



$33001 Fog Lights

Anti-Lock Brakes

Bucket Seats

Cruise Control

Power Locks

Power Windows


Rear Defroster

Remote Keyless Entry

Dual Air Bags

Adjustable Headrests

Center Console

Lumbar Support Adj

Power Mirrors 4 Wheel Disc Brakes

Air Conditioning

Cloth Seats

Power Brakes

Power Steering

Tilt/Telescope Steering

Intermittent Wipers

Rear Wiper


12V Outlet(s)

Center Armrest

Fuel Injection

Pass Depowered Air

Steering Wheel Radio


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Friday, March 4, 2011

Will you Try Local First?

Often mentioned in this space is

how important it is to support

local businesses. We support the

Gresham Chamber of Commerce and

Visitor’s CenterTry Local First” efforts!

The choices you make with your dollars

can improve or impair your community.

Hats off to the City of Gresham and

Gresham Barlow School District for

leading by example in “buying local”.

Together they have directed literally

millions into our local economy.

Knowing my particular fondness for this

economic concept, friends and

co-workers often send me articles and

trends that support this theory. Below is

one of particular interest that has come

to my attention.

The ABC News with Diane Sawyer

has been airing an interesting

segment, “Made in America”

Pledge: Will You Buy American-Made?

The fact is you cast a vote every time you

open your wallet. It is a global trade

battle and what you purchase makes a

difference. In 1960, foreign made

products made up just 8% of American

purchases. Today that number is nearly

60%.  Jobs are the answer to the economic

recovery. Manufacturing has to play

a significant role in that! One of the

most powerful points shown by this

series is; if every American spent an

extra $3.33 today on U.S. made goods, it

would create almost 10,000 new jobs in

this country - a concept worth

contemplating. While it is not always

possible, I challenge you to take a look

when comparing future purchases. It is

not as hard as you may think. One major

toothpaste is “Made In America” while

another is not. Also consider where

their International Corporate

Headquarters is located. That makes a

great deal of difference of where the jobs

are created. Just something to think

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