Ford Documents Royal Project Destinations With Facebook Video Series
Quick: what’s the most cumbersome name for a thing you can come up with? Probably “The Derek Zoolander Center for Kids Who Can’t Read Good and Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Good, Too,” right? Okay, but that was intentionally trying to be silly. Ford, in naming a video project it is putting together with the Royal Project and Tourism Authority of Thailand, was probably not joking at all when it came up with its whopper of a title.
Are you ready?
It’s “Learn and Do Good Deeds as our Father with 39 Royal Projects.” And, no, it is not a project for ants.
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In remembrance of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who served as head of state for Thailand for 70 years and passed away last October at the age of 88, Ford put together a Facebook contest that gave 10 winners the chance to visit more than three dozen royal destinations throughout the country.
“This is a very impressive trip,” said Suphasa Namnoi, one of the ten contest winners. “We received a warm welcome from the Ford team. It’s good that we had a chance to explore this Royal Project initiative destination in a Ford vehicle.”
A fleet of 10 Ford vehicles, provided by provincial dealerships, guided the winners to destinations like the Ratchaprapha Dam in Surat Thani. Videos of the trips were posted to Ford Thailand’s Facebook page, where they have generated thousands of views, comments, and reactions. You can check out all 10 videos in the series using the player below.
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