Ford gives lawn-mowing hero — who helps people across the US — a new set of wheels

A good Samaritan’s generosity hasn’t gone unnoticed.Rodney Smith Jr. has helped mow people’s lawns for free in every state multiple times for people in need, such as police, veterans, single moms, people with disabilities and others.”Your selflessness has not gone unnoticed,” Ford said on Twitter. “We appreciate all that you do for the community and we hope you enjoy your new 2020 Ford Edge!”He’s certainly racked up the mileage with his outreach: Smith said his vehicle has over 333,000 miles on it.Smith helped create Raising Men Lawn Care Service, a program which recruits youth to mow lawns for those in need. The program is a way to teach kids about responsibility and giving back. He said Ford surprised him with the new vehicle in his front yard in Michigan. “Lost for words,” he said on Twitter. “Thank you so much.”

A good Samaritan’s generosity hasn’t gone unnoticed.

Rodney Smith Jr. has helped mow people’s lawns for free in every state multiple times for people in need, such as police, veterans, single moms, people with disabilities and others.

“Your selflessness has not gone unnoticed,” Ford said on Twitter. “We appreciate all that you do for the community and we hope you enjoy your new 2020 Ford Edge!”

He’s certainly racked up the mileage with his outreach: Smith said his vehicle has over 333,000 miles on it.

Smith helped create Raising Men Lawn Care Service, a program which recruits youth to mow lawns for those in need. The program is a way to teach kids about responsibility and giving back.

He said Ford surprised him with the new vehicle in his front yard in Michigan. “Lost for words,” he said on Twitter. “Thank you so much.”

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