Northwood Professor Attends 2015 Ford Expedition Unveil

Professor Steve Brazill

Northwood University’s Professor Steve Brazill attended the invitation-only unveil of Ford Motor Company’s 2015 Expedition model ahead of the Dallas Auto Show.  Texas is an important market for trucks and SUVs in general and for Ford, in particular.  Ford recently unveiled the newest version of its top-selling F150 which features an innovative aluminum body.

Jackie Marshall DiMarco, chief engineer of both the F150 and Expedition redesigns, was present at the Expedition unveil.  “Ms. DiMarco and her team have boldly reimagined—and re-engineered—Ford’s bread-and-butter vehicles,” Brazill said.  “Congratulations to her and her team.”


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