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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 http://www.fordvehicles.com/features/news/detail/index.asp?id=1703

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, www.brooksf150.com.

Article written by Matt Jones