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06/06/2005

AFA puts brakes on Ford boycott, searches for next 'fruit lover'

by Jeremy Hooper

   The American Family Association has called off its boycott of Ford Motor Company, at least until December 1 of this year. The AFA claims the hiatus is due to a recent meeting with a group of Ford salespeople where "the dealers asked for time to see if the concerns raised by AFA in their boycott announcement could be addressed by them in cooperation with officials from Ford Motor Company."

No word as to what steps Ford will take to appease the AFA, though we do hear that none of the company's future cars will allow for rear entry.

FORD BOYCOTT SUSPENDED UNTIL DECEMBER 1, 2005 [BoycottFord.com]

***UPDATE: Should we push our 1989 Ford Aerostar van off a cliff? [G-A-Y]
Is Ford dicking us over? The plot thickens [G-A-Y]
Is Ford selling us out? [G-A-Y]
In which we blow up our Mustang [G-A-Y]

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