Friday, July 11, 2014

Featured Book: An Impossible Dream by Timothy Garrison

About the book:

Eddie Montgomery came from a very poor family, and Vicki came from a family of modest means. They married at 18 years of age when she became pregnant. Eddie had dyslexia and was lucky to graduate from high school, but he had two great attributes. He was blessed with a wonderful personality, and he was very good-looking. Vicki was a drop dead gorgeous girl and developed excellent business management skills. The couple bought Victory Ford, a large dealership in Omaha, Nebraska, when Eddie was 25 years old, making him the youngest dealer in Ford Motor Company’s history. Using a technique they discovered purely by accident, Eddie and Vicki developed Victory Ford into the number one Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury dealership in the United States. And the way they did it was both unique and fascinating. This is the story of a young couple—unafraid of trying new things—who are determined to overcome their humble beginnings. Eddie and Vicki’s experience in the “swinging” lifestyle brings a titillating element to the novel and offers an exciting twist to their success story, reminding the reader that not every dream is impossible.

About the author:

Timothy Garrison started working in a family-owned Ford Dealership at age 11. By the time he was 24, he had done every job in the dealership, including that of general manager. His father sold the dealership when Timothy was recalled into the military, and although Timothy’s business career after military service was extensive and successful, nothing ever equaled the enjoyment of the car business. He has been married to the same woman for many years, and neither of them has ever been unfaithful...except in an occasional fantasy that will never come true.

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