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Ford and Community Engagement Thru Social Media
« on: June 11, 2019, 11:02:04 PM »

Theresa Campbell, Aida Correa, William Jackson, Chaun Avery, Cayla Whitcomb

Ford and Community Engagement Thru Social Media
William Jackson,  FORDVIP Blogger

William Jackson and Aida Correa are attending multiple community
events sponsored by Ford Motor Company and the Southern Ford
Dealers across Florida.
Selected as part of 25 Blogging Influencers that attended the Florida
Blogging and Technology Conference in 2018. Several of the events
are highlighted in this blog.

The Black History Month Unity Networking Mixer in Orlando, Florida,
sharing this event on social media channels to encourage community
collaboration to build partnerships in mentoring and business.
Ford sponsors many activities across the state, this effort through
the #FordVIP and #ConnectFord program addresses the use of
social media and digital platforms to reach out to communities to
broaden the vision for unity, collaboration, business growth
and family/community engagement.

William and Aida residents of Jacksonville and part of the 25 member
team FORDVIP Bloggers that blog using multiple platforms and report 
on state-wide activities that are sponsored by Ford. Each event
represents family oriented and community based to engagements
promoting the beauty of diversity, awesomeness of inclusion and
the need for increased community service.  

What better way to create a vision of diversity and inclusion, to allow
bloggers of diverse backgrounds to share their experiences through
their eyes using their talents, skills and abilities using social media.

The Unity Mixer was attended by several  hundred business  and
community organizations that contribute to building youth and teen
leadership skills, advocates for  STEAM and educational  success in
Orlando and surrounding areas.

The ROLEX 24 auto race held at Daytona International Raceway
gives a view into the world of motor racing that many do not get to
see and experience.

Bloggers like William, African American, educator and speaker at
national and international WordCamp conferences shares his
views why people of a diversity should experience attending races
with their families.

Aida of Latina background, Puerto Rican shares from the perspective
of a mother, grandmother, Artist what her views are of the fun women
can have with their families attending motor sports.

Cultural backgrounds should not limit the involvement and
engagement of activities that are different and out of the norm.
What better way to experience life than to do things that are
different, exciting, new and innovative.

Pictured are operations managers and marketing specialists that
coordinate with William and Aida to provide maximum exposure
for the Southern Ford Dealers that are sponsoring events that
promote family engagement and unity in their communities.
Attending community events like the Women On The Rise that
celebrates women doing phenomenal things in their communities
that influence youth, teens and young adults is more than a
movement it is a passion for the direction of change.

Attending these event:
Theresa Campbell (Regional Marketing Specialist Orlando Region),
Aida Correa  (FordVIP Blogger),
William Jackson (FordVIP Blogger), 
Chaun Brown (Orlando Sales Operations Manager for Ford),
Cayla Whitcomb (Sales Business Development Specialist).

Follow William and Aida and other bloggers on the social media
hashtags:
#ConnectFord
#FordVIP
#MyQuestToTeach and
#LoveBuiltLife
Wm Jackson, M.Edu.
Educator, Speaker, Blogger, Parent,