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Movers & Shakers: Gateway Bronco Crafts Electric First-Gen Ford Bronco to Help Charity

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St. Louis–based Gateway Bronco has teamed up with online fundraising platform Omaze to offer auto enthusiasts an electric classic Ford Bronco to benefit Big League Impact.

Gateway Bronco Crafts Electric First-Gen Ford Bronco to Help Charity

St. Louis–based Gateway Bronco has teamed up with online fundraising platform Omaze to offer auto enthusiasts an electric classic Ford Bronco (plus $20,000 in cash) to benefit Big League Impact—a nonprofit started by St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright. Founded by St. Louis entrepreneur Seth Burgett, Gateway Bronco modernizes classic Ford Broncos. The money donated will help Big League Impact continue its mission of fighting poverty in the United States and in countries including Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Uganda. The custom heritage Gateway e-Bronco can deliver 200 miles of range, cranks out more than 400 hp and can go from 0–60 mph in less than six seconds. In light of COVID-19, the vehicle will be delivered to the winner when it is safe to do so.

Dani Boudreau
Dani Boudreau

Martin & Company Announces the Hire of Dani Boudreau as Traffic and Communications Manager

Martin & Company has announced the addition of Dani Boudreau as traffic and communications manager. Boudreau previously served in numerous communication management roles in the wedding industry, logistics and the Tennessee state park system. With a B.A. degree in public relations from Austin Peay University, Boudreau is highly skilled in the areas of event planning, social media strategy, campaign planning, written and verbal communication, crisis management and creative production. As traffic and communications manager she will be responsible for ensuring all projects are completed according to budget and the client’s timetable and will assist in internal and external communications.

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