It feels good to give back to your community and that is exactly what the Hometown Hall of Famer is about. A program presented by Ford Motor Company and The Pro Football Hall of Fame paid tribute to Gold Jacket Larry Little at his high school alma mater Booker T. Washington High School in Miami. This is only one of the reasons, why for the past five years we have collaborated with Ford sharing great info through social media.
An audience of 500 attended the ceremony at Booker T. Washington High School in Miami, Fla. The crowd included his 96-year-old mother, other family members, students, teachers, and the school’s marching band. Also on hand were fellow Hall of Famer DWIGHT STEPHENSON and several other Dolphins legends Nat Moore, Eugene Milton, Larry Ball and Mercury Morris.
“To share this occasion with Booker T. Washington gives me a feeling similar to how I felt when I was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame!” Little shared. I asked Little what was the driving force to his success:
“Let me say how proud Ford is to participate in Larry Little’s return to his hometown. Ford and the Pro Football Hall of Fame share a commitment to excellence and an appreciation for legacies,” Patrick O’Neill, Regional Manager of Sales and Service for Ford Motor Company Miami, remarked. In a video, O’Neill told us how this program was born: