May 1 2020 - EFFECTIVE AS OF 5/1/20, IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 *THE SHOWROOM IS NOW REOPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS* AND WAITING AREAS WILL REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. SALES WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO BE CLOSED ON SATURDAYS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

*NEW* All departments are open to serve you. If you are interested in sales, the showroom IS OPEN but social distancing is REQUIRED. We are only allowing UP TO 4 customers at a time in the showroom to help support social distancing measures but please note that FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED IF SOCIAL DISTANCING IS NOT POSSIBLE. You may also take advantage of our 'Shop Click Drive' tool on our website, which is available for a limited time, to start the buying process at your convenience.

If you are here for Service or Parts, you may still drop off/pick up your vehicle or pick up your part while practicing social distancing. IF you do not have a ride and your vehicle will be in for a while, we offer pick up/delivery if you are WITHIN FORT KENT TOWN LINES.

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March 26 2020 - EFFECTIVE AS OF 3/26/20, IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 THE SHOWROOM AND WAITING AREAS WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. SALES WILL ALSO BE CLOSED ON SATURDAYS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

All departments will remain open to serve you. If you are interested in sales, please call or send us a message and we will deliver paperwork and vehicles to you. If you are on our lot, we can assist you but will remain at a safe distance.

If you are here for Service or Parts, you may still drop off/pick up your vehicle or pick up your part while practicing social distancing. IF you do not have a ride and your vehicle will be in for a while, we offer pick up/delivery if you are WITHIN FORT KENT TOWN LINES. We offer a shuttle as well, if you would like to be brought home and have your vehicle delivered.

   Thank you for your understanding.

**CUSTOMERS IN THE U.S.,**
IF YOU HAVE BEEN IMPACTED BY COVID-19, SEE BELOW HOW FORD CREDIT CAN POTENTIALLY HELP.

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March 17, 2020- A message to all of our customers: With the rise in COVID-19 (a.k.a. Coronavirus) cases in our state, we wanted to reach out to our customers to let you know we are still open and are committed to serving you all. We do ask that if you have been exposed to COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms, such as fever, cough and difficulty breathing, please call us and reschedule any appointments that you may have. We are doing our part in sanitizing 'high-touch' areas daily and having hand sanitizer readily available to customers.

Please take this time to lay low, do not panic. Staying home will help protect yourself and those most at risk from the rapid spread of the virus. This is only temporary and it is everyone's responsibility to do their part in helping keep the community safe and healthy. 

As a reminder- Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or if one is not available use the inside of your bent elbow. Wash your hands with soap and water often for at least 20 seconds and if soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60%-95% alcohol. Lastly keep all frequently touched surfaces and objects clean, including cellphones, door knobs etc. 

Thank you all for your continued business, we look forward to seeing you.  

**CUSTOMERS IN THE U.S.,**
IF YOU HAVE BEEN IMPACTED BY COVID-19, SEE BELOW HOW FORD CREDIT CAN POTENTIALLY HELP.

Committed to lending a hand, Ford offers assistance to customers, community during COVID-19 outbreak.

  • Ford focusing on health, peace of mind of customers during developing outbreak of new coronavirus, or COVID-19
  • Ford Credit is encouraging customers in the U.S. impacted by COVID-19 to contact the company to discuss potential delay of payments to provide relief. Additionally, Ford Credit is offering a program giving customers who buy new vehicles the option to delay their first payment for 90 days.
  • The Ford Motor Company Fund, Ford's philanthropic arm, is immediately directing more than $500,000 to nonprofit groups in southeast Michigan and will support delivery of food to senior citizens and to thousands of children who do not have access to school meals.

DEARBORN, Mich., March 16, 2020 - Building on years of helping communities during times of need, Ford is working to help customers affected by the developing coronavirus outbreak.

"Ford is committed to lending a hand to the people who rely on us," said Mark LaNeve, vice president, U.S. marketing, sales and service. "The peace of mind of our Ford and Lincoln customers is our top priority as we work through the developments of this outbreak."

Ford Credit has long helped customers impacted by local and federal disasters. Now, existing Ford Credit customers in the U.S. affected by COVID-19 who purchased or are leasing vehicles are encouraged to contact Ford Credit to discuss options if they are having payment difficulty. For example, they may be able to change a payment due date or delay a payment.

Customers are encouraged to access their Account Manager profile either online at accountmanager.ford.com or through the FordPass app; visit http://www.fordcreditsupport.com/ or call a special hotline - 1-800-723-4016 - to discuss options.

In addition, Ford Credit is offering a program giving customers who buy new vehicles the option to delay their first payment for 90 days.

Ford Credit will launch an ad campaign beginning today to raise awareness of the new program.

"We want to make sure that anyone who needs assistance knows it's available," said Marion Harris, chief executive officer, Ford Motor Credit Company.

In addition, the Ford Motor Company Fund, Ford's philanthropic arm, is providing assistance to nonprofit organizations meeting critical community needs.

As an initial step, Ford Fund is directing more than $500,000 to help nonprofit groups in southeast Michigan and will support delivery of food to senior citizens and to thousands of children who do not have access to school meals while schools are not in session.

The two Ford Resource and Engagement Centers in Detroit are serving as drive-up food pantry distribution centers. Ford Fund also is supporting Detroit-area nonprofits that provide shelter to families and other at-risk people. In addition, Ford Fund is exploring how employee volunteers can assist nonprofits that are short-staffed.

In other parts of the U.S., Ford Fund is redirecting funds to support food programs for children no longer in school. It also is launching an emergency aid program with the UNCF (United Negro College Fund) to help students with financial difficulties at historically black colleges and universities get home following the sudden closure of some of these institutions.

"We are immediately targeting resources to ensure that the most vulnerable people are being cared for during this unprecedented situation," said Mary Culler, president, Ford Motor Company Fund. "We appreciate all that our nonprofit partners are doing and will continue to work with them to address critical needs in our communities as the situation evolves."

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