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10 Ways to Prepare for The Great American Road Trip

There’s nothing like getting out of town, hitting the road to get away for a while, and not having a worry in the world. The Great American Road Trip is what summer is all about, and for many of us, almost like a tradition. Although, it is very important to make sure to prepare for any unexpected situations that can ruin the adventure. Here is a list of 10 ways to prepare for The Great American Road Trip

 

 

 

 

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The 2017 Ford Escape Endeavors to Be the Most Well-Rounded Compact SUV Yet

Having undergone a quite comprehensive mid-cycles refresh, the 2017 Ford Escape is tagging in once more; and from the looks of it, it seems as though this is one compact SUV that is already destined for greatness.

Now more than ever before, people are looking for a new automobile that can transition seamlessly from the morning commute to a night out on the town, from the carpool lane to a weekend spent exploring the great outdoors.

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Your favorite auto group in Lubbock recently received a prestigious award, find out why!

We are proud to announce that the US chamber of commerce honored the Reagor Dykes Auto Group with the Salute to Excellence Award today at the America's Small Business Summit in Washington D.C. 

Reagor Dykes Auto Group was recognized for its outstanding contributions to the community, including its involvement with downtown revitalization. 

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Italian Garden Moves In

The Reagor Dykes Auto Group headquarters building celebrated a major milestone in mid-May when Italian Garden restaurant opened its doors to the public at 1215 Avenue J.

The restaurant, formerly located at 1636 13th St., finished business at its previous address and began serving dinner May 12. Co-owners Murat Brati and Bash Skepi have enjoyed huge crowds since the doors opened. Italian Garden has been so busy that it used the Grand room on the second floor of RDAG headquarters to serve a buffet-style meal to more than 200 patrons in conjunction with commencement exercises at Texas Tech University on…
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Lemonade Day

For the fifth consecutive year, the Reagor Dykes Auto Group was part of a special citywide tradition known as Lemonade Day as young Ryder Toman set up his stand to take part in the “Lemon Wars” on May 14 at the company’s Mitsubishi store in Lubbock. Ryder, 8, has participated in the event for three years now. As was the case last year, he raised money for his church and for Ronald McDonald House. 

 


Despite a windy, rainy, misty day, Ryder was able to make $365 while his stand was open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m…
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Blue Ribbon Rally; Raising Child Abuse Awareness

The Family Guidance and Outreach Center of Lubbock recently hosted the 18th annual Blue Ribbon Rally Classic Car and Bike Show in Lubbock’s Depot District, raising money and awareness for abuse and neglect of children. The Reagor Dykes Auto Group took part in the April 30 event by showcasing seven classic automobiles during the event, which takes place in Child Abuse Prevention Month. Overall, the show featured more than 300 vehicles and 50 custom motorcycles with awards being presented in each class. Block parties, live concerts, food and merchandise vendors were also part of the event.

 

“Being involved in…
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Ryan Kotulek: Let's Roll Magazine Student Athlete

Ryan Kotulek has fun on the baseball field. It’s obvious he is comfortable between the lines. In fact, it makes you wonder just how long he’s been hanging around the diamond. 

Even Kotulek himself isn’t sure.

“You know, I don’t even know for sure how long I’ve been playing baseball,” he said with a smile. “Since I could walk, and really, even before I could walk because my sister was involved in softball. I’ve just always been around the game.”

Been around it and excelled at it. Kotulek is a senior pitcher-third baseman for…
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Stunt Drivers and Cinebots Team Up to Showcase the 2016 Tacoma Like Never Before

In a recent video clip released to the official Toyota YouTube channel, the Japanese automaker offers its viewers a behind the scenes look at a the 2016 Toyota Tacoma--and we're seeing it in ways we've never seen it before.

With the help of one of the most talented stunt drivers in the business, Greg Tracy, and one incredibly sophisticated piece of robotic camera equipment, the Bolt high-speed Cinebot, the folks at Toyota were able to capture some seriously epic, super-slow-mo footage of the new Tacoma that's sure to impress. Check it out below:

 

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Make a Wish: Waltzing for Wishes

My name is Maggie Guthrie, and I am the wife of a man named Vance and mother and stepmother to five amazing kids...Maddie, Koda, Kersten, Landry and your starlight dancer, Brynne.


I’m here to share our story, our journey began with an uneventful pregnancy and birth of a smiling baby girl Brynne Michelle Bigham on Dec. 10, 2008. Everything was perfect, and her big brother thought she was awesome. We stayed the usual…
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Reagor Dykes Presents the Coach Jess Stiles Texas Tech University Scholarship

The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame, Inc. (NFF) is a member-supported, non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the future of football in the local, state, and national levels.

 
Monterey’s Baylor Mitchell received the Reagor-Dykes Coach Jess Stiles Texas Tech University Scholarship in the amount of $8,000. The scholarship was created in 2014 by owners Bart Reagor and Rick Dykes to honor the Memory of the late Jess Stiles who coached and supported…
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