Ford asking SF residents to stay tuned to win a free car

Ford is really embracing this whole “season of giving” philosophy.

Some lucky San Franciscan will be walking away with a free Ford Fiesta later this month, part of a nationwide promotional event currently underway by the car company.

From now until Dec. 21, Ford will be giving away 10 Fiestas in different cities across the country.

The details on when, where and how San Francisco fits into the equation are still unknown, but Ford is urging intrigued residents to follow all the details on its Fiesta Twitter page. 

More details about the vehicle are also available on the Fiesta’s Facebook page.

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