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Go Further with Ford Night

Kerrville, TX – Peterson Regional Medical Center Foundation (PRMC) announces a gift of $1,000 from Ken Stoepel Ford Lincoln which is the result of the recent event that combined community fund raising, “American Idol,” and the promotion of the all-new Ford Fusion.

Local residents attending the “Go Further with Ford Night” were given the opportunity on November 15th to win a VIP experience and attend a live taping of “American Idol” which begins in January as well as experience the all-new For Fusion.

“We all want to be a part of something bigger, and “Go Further with Ford Night,” was our way of offering the community a chance to give back to our hospital, an opportunity to win a unique VIP “American Idol” experience and see of Ford’s new products, the all-new Ford Fusion,” according to Terry Massey, Ken Stoepel Ford general manager.

Jim Wilson, Glenn Andrew, and Diane Green, Foundation Board members and Annual Giving Tri-chairs, said the funds will be applied to the new Peterson Pioneer Giving Program which supports the purchase of new equipment and development of new programs and support the educational endeavors at Peterson Regional Medical Center.

Pat Murray, President & CEO, PRMC, stated, “We are proud of the pioneering spirit of the Stoepel Family and Ken Stoepel Ford Lincoln. As in the early days of the Hill Country, the answer to the future of healthcare for the Hill Country lies in buidling strong relationships-pioneers like Ken Stoepel Ford Lincoln to help ease the burden and lighten the load!”

Peterson Regional Medical Center is a private, not-for-profit community health system that serves residents of eight Hill Country counties. The modern, 124-bed medical center anchors a 35-acre campus that includes the region’s premier ambulatory care center.

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