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Friday, January 9th, 2015

1954 Willys Jeep

Some Strata Blue, Some Olive Green and lots of fun! The Willys Jeep, the rugged utility vehicles used by the military during World War II, have an enduring place in America’s cultural landscape. That may be because the straightforward functional vehicles remind us of a simpler and heroic time in our history. It may also

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Monday, September 15th, 2014

MEEP MEEP!

“You can’t take yourself too seriously riding a meep meep,” says Jeremy Hart, owner of a 2009 Honda Metropolitan scooter and associate broker at Nest Realty. He drives his scooter regularly, which says something about both his...

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Friday, August 1st, 2014

Manpower with Heart and Horsepower with Purpose

As much as our culture is notable for its use of wireless and advanced technologies, we’re still a society shaped by old-fashioned principles. Take, for example, what would happen were you in need of emergency help for...

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Monday, June 16th, 2014

Self-Contained Traveling

By Karl H. Kazaks If you knew Bryan Katz bought his first RV – a pull-behind travel trailer – to take to Virginia Tech home football games in his post-graduate years, you might credit Hokie Pride for...

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