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Ford Motor Co. honors Casey Stoudt with Hometown Hero national award  

He is one of five recognized nationally by the company.

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Casey Stoudt Sr. received one of five national Hometown Hero awards from Ford Motor Co. recently in Las Vegas. From left are Casey Stoudt Jr., vice president; Casey Stoudt Sr., dealer principal, and Kelly Stoudt, sales manager, all of R.M. Stoudt Inc.
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DEARBORN, MICH. —Ford Motor Co. at its annual Ford National Dealer Meeting recognized Casey Stoudt Sr. of R.M. Stoudt in Jamestown as a Hometown Hero for outstanding commitment to customers, community and employees.

He was one of only five dealers recognized nationally, the company said.

For generations, Ford’s dealers and their employees have played an important role in the communities they serve, the company said. With this award, the company seeks to spotlight those dealers who have truly distinguished themselves among Ford’s dealer network.

For over 80 years, R. M. Stoudt Inc. has been recognized for its service, commitment and dedication to customers. Casey Stoudt is a third-generation dealer with endless testimonials from customers expressing genuine satisfaction and support for their business because he goes above and beyond for his customers – and he treats his employees like family, Ford Motor Co. said.

Stoudt has served on the Select Dealer Council, the Minneapolis Ford Dealer Association Fund and the FordDirect Advisory Board.

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Outside of work, he has been contributing to his hometown community of Jamestown for over 45 years. He is active in charitable organizations, community foundations, chambers of commerce and schools to raise money and awareness for causes. He said his wife, Sue, and sons Casey Jr. and Kelly have allowed him to follow his passions in the community.

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