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FORD WELCOMES JOURNALISTS TO DETROIT

 FORD WELCOMES JOURNALISTS TO DETROIT
 DETROIT, Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is


gearing up to welcome some of the country's most prominent journalists to Detroit tonight.
 Members of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) will kick off their 17th annual convention at an opening reception in the Renaissance Center, compliments of Ford.
 "It has been 10 years since the NABJ convention was held in Detroit," said Robert L. Rewey, vice president - Sales Operations, Ford North American Automotive Operations, who will address the group tonight.
 "We're looking forward to welcoming the NABJ members back to the Motor City. They are a strong force in the community, and we're honored to have them here."
 More than 600 NABJ members and Detroit civic, business and community leaders are expected to attend the reception at the World of Ford, where guests can mingle among Ford vehicles, including the new 1993 re-designed Probe GT and Mercury Villager minivan.
 Ford also has arranged a tour of the Dearborn assembly plant for NABJ members and their families on Friday morning.
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 /CONTACT: Carolyn Burke, 313-594-3080, or Carla Banks, 313-323-8488, both of Ford/
 (F) CO: Ford Motor Company; National Association of Black Journalists ST: Michigan IN: AUT SU:


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