Do you have an idea for a dream road trip? We’ve teamed up with Ford to send one lucky winner on the adventure of a lifetime. Enter the contest here.
As winter winds down in mountain towns, we're kicking off the #tgrToughFun Short Film Series! TGR athletes Tim Durtschi, Colter Hinchliffe, and Hana Beaman will be setting out on road trips in May in the brand new 2019 Ford Ranger, and the TGR crew will be filming!
For a chance to win, you'll need to share a written plan for your trip - including locations, activities, and who you're bringing along. We'd also like to see a short pitch video and a link to your social media or a content that showcases your personality and what you're passionate about.
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Contest Alert Where would you go on your dream road trip? Tell us for a chance to be a part of the #tgrToughFun Short Film Series! TGR athletes @TimDurtschi and @colterjh are hitting the road in a new #FordRanger to shoot a short of their own, and you can too! Hit the link in bio to enter.
If this sounds like something that's up your alley, enter today!
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