What Drives You
Everyone has a “why” in their life: why someone gets up every day, why they go to this particular job, why they participate in a certain interest or hobby. At our Ford dealership, we want to learn all of our customer’s purposes and their “why?” Our why is to always deliver fantastic Ford vehicles near Aztec so we can assist our clients in reaching their goals and satisfying their ambitions.
We understand why someone needs a Ford F-150 for their job, or someone chooses a Ford Explorer to provide a ride for their large family. It’s all about you when you buy a car and we want to highlight that. At Ziems Ford Corners near Aztec, a new initiative is finding out “What Drives You?”
Three Rivers Brewery
The brewery’s decor features an extensive collection of beer labels and coasters donated and amassed over fifty years by Henry and Margie Glosser and offers a great look into the history of Farmington. Three Rivers Brewery has expanded throughout the years as well to include a Tap and Game Room, Pizzeria, and even a distillery operation that serves their guests a wide variety of cocktails, guest beers, charcuterie boards, and tapas in a refined atmosphere.
Locally owned and operated, Three Rivers Brewery shares many of the same values as Ziems Ford Corners in caring for and connecting people in the Farmington community. The brewery is also a big proponent of supporting local businesses, for example, owner John Silva is the proud owner of a Ford from Ziems Ford Corners, and frequently collaborates with other establishments in Farmington in an effort to bring a different level of excitement to the Historical Downtown area. We at Ziems Ford Corners are especially excited to join forces with Three Rivers Brewery in the creation of the Ziems Turbo Diesel Double IPA. Be sure to check out this innovative and inclusive brewery for excellent food and innovative, handcrafted beers right here in Farmington!
Master Sculptor Oreland Joe
Oreland is world-renowned for his work in stone and bronze sculptures. His works can be found in private, corporate and museum collections in the United States and abroad. Oreland is a native New Mexican and is of Diné (Navajo) and Ute descent.
The influences in Oreland’s life include his family and his travels abroad to France, Italy and Japan. Studying European art and culture, seeing and feeling the impressive artistic works of the Masters in Greek, Roman, Renaissance and Baroque periods were significant life-changing experiences.
Oreland’s love for art has placed him in an elite class of stone and bronze sculptors. His accomplishments are numerous and one of them is being the first Native American to be admitted as a member to the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America organization. In two decades of CAA membership, he has won four Gold and three Silver medals for his sculptures. Oreland was awarded the Gold medal at the Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale at the Autry National Center in 1999 and again in 2006. In June 2002, the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Committee of Fort Calhoun, Nebraska, commissioned Oreland to create The First Council—five life-size figures and a dog. At the Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition in 2006, Oreland received the Purchase Award for his sculpture Buffalo Sunrise.
Crane Cattle Company
Crane Cattle Company is a company that buys and herds cows. They have been in the industry for over ten years and are located right in Aztec. Each cow is carefully selected with advice and assistance from respected people in the industry. They are known for their award-winning cows with class winners from 2015 San Juan County Fair and other various county fairs.
They decided to come to Ziems Ford Corners to assist them in their business. In order to tow their cattle and goods, they depended on the Ford F-350 Super Duty® and Ford F-250 Super Duty®. For their own personal use, the Crane family choose the Ford Explorer! With the tough job they have, the daily use of the Super Duty® collection has made their tasks easier.
Fishtail Ranch specializes in Fair Chase Hunts for Free Ranging Elk. they offer private land hunts as well as public land. This company uses the F-Series and only trusted this Farmington Ford dealership to provide the right models to control the grounds and provide Summer Trail Rides.
This company also depends on the Ford Superduty to handle the horses! Fishtail Ranch provides horse rides for customers and these pickups make it easier to transport the horses when needed. Additionally, our Ford F-Series can handle the heavy payloads so it can support carrying equipment. On the road or on the muddy terrain, these pickups will excel. If you own a business in Farmington that depends on the heavy towing and need the 4×4 for the toughest conditions, check our Ford truck inventory.
This is what drives Fishtail Ranch. Now, what drives you? Contact us at (505) 325-1961 to learn more about our inventory.