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FORD DONATES VEHICLES TO OHIO SCHOOLS

 FORD DONATES VEHICLES TO OHIO SCHOOLS
 LORAIN, Ohio, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Students and teachers aren't


the only ones going back to school. Thanks to Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), 14 Ford Econoline vans or Club Wagons also will be in 13 area schools.
 The vehicles, donated through Ford's Lorain Community Relations Committee, will be used by the students for automotive classroom activities.
 In a ceremony at the Lorain Assembly Plant today, David Porter, Ohio Assembly Plant manager, and John Akins, Lorain Plant manager, presented vehicle keys to representatives of the various schools. Tom Harmon, Ohio Assembly Plant employee relations manager, is chairman of the Community Relations Committee.
 Also attending were Community Relations Committee representatives from Cleveland, Cincinnati, Lima, Sandusky and Toledo.
 The following schools received 1991 vehicles:
 Bedford High School, Bedford -- Econoline E150
 Portage Lakes Career Center, Greensburg -- Econoline E150.
 Cuyahoga Valley Joint Vocational School, Brecksville --
 Econoline E150.
 Lorain County Community College, Elyria -- Econoline E350.
 Lorain County Joint Vocational School, Oberlin --
 Econoline Club Wagon.
 Polaris Career Center, Middleburg Heights -- Econoline E350.
 EHOVE Career Center, Milan -- Econoline E150
 Lima Technical College, Lima -- Econoline S250
 Tarra Technical College, Fremont -- Econoline E150.
 Great Oaks Joint Vocational School District, Cincinnati --
 Two Econoline E150s.
 Cincinnati Technical College, Cincinnati -- Econoline E150.
 D. Russel Lee Joint Vocational School, Hamilton -- Econoline E150.
 Start High School, Toledo -- Econoline E250.
 Econoline bodies are made at the Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, then shipped to the Lorain Assembly Plant for completion.
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 /CONTACT: Frank Sopata of Ford, 313-322-1300/
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