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Drive it Home asks supporters to wear blue in support of Lordstown

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On Friday, March 8, The Drive it Home campaign wants everyone to support the plant by wearing blue. 

Drive it Home Ohio is calling March 8, True Blue Friday. 

Here is what you can do to support True Blue Friday: 

1. Wear blue on Friday, March 8th

2. Take a picture with co-workers, by yourself or with your GM vehicle.

3. Post the picture to social media.

4.  Use the hashtags #DriveItHomeOhio #SaveGMLordstown #SaveLordstown and #GMInvestInUs. 

5. Email the photo to info@driveithomeohio.com and the Drive it Home Campaign will share it on their social media pages and send a copy along with all others submitted to GM CEO Mary Barra.

For more information visit the drive it home campaign's website here

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