Ford dealership giving away guns, Bibles to lure in potential customers

7 monthes ago   |   By Stl Today

Derrick Hughes and his team will do whatever it takes to sell trucks and cars during the slow months of deer hunting season, so they're giving away guns along with Bibles and flags at their Ford dealership in tiny Honea...
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