DEARBORN – Ford Motor Co. taps Mike Rowe, creator and star of the Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs” as a spokesman for its F-Series pickup. In his TV show, Rowe can be seen doing a variety of grueling jobs with the people who perform them on a daily basis, including road-kill removal and bat-cave cleaning. Doing tough jobs alongside working-class people made Rowe the perfect fit for F-Series, says Barry Engle, general manager-Ford Div. marketing. “Mike, by virtue of what he does for his ...

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