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You Can Buy a Rich Brooks Truck…..

Wanna stimulate the economy? Just get Rich Brooks involved…..

“Brooks Edition” Ford F-150 Truck Released by Paul Miller Ford

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Toughness and success come to mind when thinking of Kentucky Coach Rich Brooks. Those terms also describe the Ford F-150 Truck, named the 2009 Motor Trend Truck of the Year.

Paul Miller Ford has brought them together in the release of the exclusive 2009 Rich Brooks Edition F-150 Crew Cab Truck, the Lexington dealership has announced. The Brooks Edition Truck will be made available for purchase on 1/23/2009, a date which pays tribute to Kentucky’s 1st, 2nd, and 3rd bowl wins under Brooks.

The truck will be equipped with numerous special features:

Customized paint scheme of true blue, black and silver
Retax tailgate cover
Rich Brooks signature decals on doors and tailgate
Rich Brooks edition decals on fenders and quarter panels
22-inch custom chrome wheels and tires
Tinted windows
Dual exhaust
Toff spray-in bed liner
Enchanced mobile satellite TV system
Microsoft SYN

“The Brooks fans have spoken,” said J.P. Miller, Jr., Vice-President of Paul Miller Autogroup. “The toughest truck on the market now bears the toughest coach’s name. We are extremely happy to sell the Rich Brooks Edition F-150 exclusively at Paul Miller Ford. Now is your chance to come out and drive one!”

The F-150 earned Motor Trend Truck of the Year honors for its innovative design that maximizes power, control and efficiency. For more on the award, go to Web site location

Brooks showed his toughness in building a football program which won bowl games in three consecutive seasons, the first time in Kentucky history that feat has been accomplished.

Fans are invited to see the Brooks Edition F-150 at Paul Miller Ford, located at 975 E. New Circle Rd. The truck also is featured on its own Web site,

Article written by Matt Jones