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The Ford Truck Lineup is Better Than Ever

When you need to get a big job done right, to get it completed with power and ease from the driver's seat of something that has the muscle and capability you require, you choose a pickup. And when you need that pickup to be something you can rely on for years upon years, some that's going to give everything it's got and not even break a sweat, you choose a Ford.


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The Toyota Custom Experience: SEMA Show Trucks

Whether you're looking to get into a truck for the first time ever or you're a well-versed pickup connoisseur, the Toyota Tundra is a fantastic choice; it will carry you through your days in style and comfort no matter what job needs to be done. And speaking of style, there were two incredible custom Tundra models at the recently-ended SEMA Show. The folks at AutoGuide.com made a video list of their ten…

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Kendrick Quigley: Let's Roll Magazine Student Athlete

Kendrick Quigley learned early in his life that he'd have a difficult time blending in with the crowd. He always was bigger than most kids his age, so he quickly realized that, if his stature was going to force him into the spotlight, he might as well be his own person.

Kendrick Quigley, left, has blossomed into a standout Offensive Lineman for the Matadors in 2914. According to his coach Danny Servance it is his dedication to his teammates, studies and his faith have allowed him to become a leader both on and off the field...
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Texas Tech Celebrate Diversity Awards Banquet

A Celebration of Diversity
First ABC News Latino Correspondent shares stage with local diversity champions

The Texas Tech, Division of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Community Engagement celebrated the 2014, Celebrating Diversity Banquet and Awards Ceremony, Oct. 14 on the TTU campus. Three community leaders were recognized for their roles in promoting efforts that assist in breaking down racial and cultural barriers.

From left, Dr. David Perlmutter, Dean, TTU College of Media & Communications, John Quiniones, ABC's?
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Honoring Heroes Banquet - "That’s What Freedom Costs"

The Honoring Heroes, an event sponsored by the Coalition to Salute America's Heroes was held in Lubbock on Oct 17.   

From left, Shilo Harris, Army Staff Sgt., Tubby Smith, Rick Dykes, Shelley Dykes, Leroy Petry, Master Sgt. (Ret.), Jana Aycock, Gary Aycock, Dana Bowman, Sgt. First Class (Ret.), Danny Koch.

Organizers hoped to draw support from the West Texas community and area businesses. The turnout was amazing, funds raised will be used to benefit?
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Reagor Dykes, College Baseball Hall of Fame on same team!

In 2009, college baseball in the United States celebrated its 150th anniversary. Until recently, there was not a national entity in place to honor and showcase the game?s rich past and to annually celebrate current collegiate baseball achievements.

The College Baseball Foundation, an established 501(c)(3), was created to become the founder of the National College Baseball Museum and Hall of Fame to distinguish this important and ongoing history.

Dr. Mike Gustafson, College Baseball Foundation, CEO  stands with the CBF promotional vehicle made possible through a marketing agreement with the Reagor Dykes Auto Group. Photo is taken at…
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Raiders Rojos - Students earn scholarships through alumni program

The Raiders Rojos Hispanic chapter of the Texas Tech Alumni Association began awarding scholarships to Hispanic students enrolled at Texas Tech eleven years ago.  The chapter was chartered fifteen years ago and has provided over one hundred fifty thousand dollars in scholarships to Hispanic students.

Texas Tech Hispanic students and scholarship donors were recognized during the Hispanic Heritage Appreciation Football Game held on Oct. 11 at Jones AT&T Stadium. At bottom right, Erika Lugo, RDAG, Lizeth Jaquez, 2014 Reagor Dykes Auto Group scholarship recipient, Cody Hutchison, RDAG and Janie Landin Ramirez, Founder of Raiders Rojos Hispanic Chapter, Texas Tech…
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KLBK's Trends and Friends - CASA & the Reagor Dykes Auto Group

Bart Reagor and CASA Executive Director Jennie Hill were guests on Trends and Friends to discuss the RDAG's growth, recent community and national recognitions and area philanthropic efforts.


A few of the topics included the RDAG being named on the Inc. Magazine top 5000 fastest growing private companies in the U.S., recieving the North & East Lubbock DCD Entrepreneurial Award, and being named the Lubbock Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals' 2014 Outstanding?
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