Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency Recognizes Ford Motor Company



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Ford motor company, like the red, white, and blue racing car pictured above, is a very patriotic company. It always has been, really, from the moment founder Henry Ford decided to mass produce the Ford Model-T: A car for the people. But more recently, Ford, or more specifically, Ford’s charitable arm, The Ford Motor Company Fund, has been awarded a high honor. The award? The Veteran Affairs Administration’s Silver Certification as a Veteran Friendly Employer.

The award was given to Ford by Michigan State’s VAA branch, or “MVAA” for short. They “serve as the central coordinating point for Michigan veterans, connecting those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, and their families, to services and benefits throughout the state.” You can learn more about them at MichiganVeterans.com.

In order for Ford to qualify for such a high honor, it had to to go above and beyond the necessary laws and regulations of being accommodating towards veterans and helping them transition back into corporate culture. Quite obviously, they’ve done their job well. Kudos!

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