Signaled by local cover band Fly Bettys, the night capped off with a fireworks finale accompanied by “God Bless the USA.”
SK, Ford, many energy policymakers and pragmatic environmentalists hope most of the Georgians tailgating for holiday fireworks in the next few years will instead opt for F-150 Lightning flatbeds. to hang on.
Even after logistics and production have been adjusted, a lingering problem for Jackson County residents and Americans is that batteries made at SK will eventually power vehicles as accessible as Ford’s Model T. Whether or not It was a vehicle “for so many” and spurred an American automobile revolution.
As usual, silver bullets are rare. And like most major challenges, it helps if the solution includes creating something cool.
Jackson County native Madison Dean was recruited to SK earlier this year for a community relations role. In April, he made a company presentation in front of over 100 middle and high school students at his alma mater Commercial High School. In the auditorium, she gave an overview of electric vehicles, the rapidly changing future of automakers, and how SK works.
“I told them, feel free to interrupt me at any time, just raise your hand,” she said. At first, she didn’t have many takers. “Especially when I talk to high school students, they just get jealous and are like, ‘Well, this is an excuse for us to miss class, but we’re not paying attention.'”