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There’s really no better way to appreciate your customers than with Birmingham’s yummy food trucks and lots of fun at Adamson Ford in Midtown.
Thank You, Birmingham
Join the Adamson Ford family on Saturday, March 10th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., as they mark 100 years of automobile sales & service in the Magic City.
Since 1918, they’ve been a family-owned business offering new and used Ford automobiles, as well as service and repair. Adamson Ford is located on 922 2nd Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233.
“We know the most important thing in the world is family, and here at Adamson Ford we treat our customers like we treat our mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers,” said General Sales Manager Robert Howard.
“While we are thrilled to celebrate our 100th anniversary, we also want to extend our thanks to our customers who continue to keep us in business, whether they are returning to us or have just started to plan a Ford purchase.”
Adamson Ford, The Next 100 Years
It’s no coincidence the folks at Adamson planned an anniversary party with a focus on kids, dogs, good times and more.
The big event on Saturday is a family affair because that’s how Adamson treats its customers: like family. And, just like any reunion, it’s all about looking forward to the future.
Adamson’s Anniversary Lineup
- Food trucks: Brad Street Peaux Boys, City Bowls, Fetch Dog Treats and Devil Dawgs, Encore Rouge, Eugene’s Hot Chicken, iCantina!, Nola Ice, Smokey Sam’s BBQ and The Heavenly Donut Co.
- Inflatable moonwalk for the kids
- Face painting
- Dog treats
- Music hosted by 98.7 and DJ K Touch
Speaking Of Family
You’ll also get a chance to meet Adamson’s employees, from employees like Phil “The Deal” Powell and Product Specialist Tommy Roan, to Mrs. Julia, who’s been a faithful team member for 44 years.
“Everybody helps each other out here,” said Phil ‘The Deal’ Powell, a salesperson with Adamson Ford for four years.
“So, we spend, ten, twelve hours a day here. That means everybody has a birthday party here at work! If it’s your birthday, we buy a cake, pizza, whatever that employee likes. Why not celebrate like a family?”
“The best thing about working here is family,” Tommy said.
“It’s a smaller store, a family store and that doesn’t just translate into the feel of the environment, but it also translates to how we treat our customers.”
“We have fun; we work hard; we enjoy our customers,” said Julia Wesley (Mrs. Julia).
“We get to know our customers, and they always come back again. So, they become our family, too.”