Hare Business Elite - August 2017

Truck of the Month

Fall can only mean one thing: New 2018 trucks are rolling onto the lot. There is one model we can’t wait to share with your: the 2018 Isuzu FTR. What makes the 2018 Isuzu FTR a standout vehicle? A lot of it comes back to Isuzu listening to what their customers want. For the 2018 model year, you can expect many of the same features their trucks have delivered for the past several years. The difference is that these features are more refined than ever before. As always, you can expect class-leading maneuverability and visibility. But it’s not just limited to visibility on the road — it’s visibility on the inside, too. With a standard multi-information display, drivers can easily gauge the truck’s performance. At the touch of a button, you have access to several status indicators that tell you if there is an issue or potential issue. With this level of monitoring, you can keep maintenance surprises to a minimum, which helps keep costs down.

Couple this with an amazing warranty (three-year unlimited mileage powertrain limited warranty and four-year unlimited mileage perforation from corrosion warranty) and you’ve got a winning vehicle. If you’re looking for a dependable, Class 6 truck for your business, we invite you to come in and take a look at the brand-new Isuzu FTR. We’re here to answer all your questions and help you get back on the road. The All-New 2018 Isuzu FTR

Alert: 2 Rogue Goats


Do They Make Handcuffs for Hooves?

Why would two goats be in the back of a police car? Did they wander onto private property? Get into a kick-fight at the local bar? Swallow a woman’s prized jewels? Nah. They were just lost. On a Sunday morning, Sergeant Fitzpatrick of the Belfast Police Department in Maine spotted Louis and Mowgli, two pygmy goats who were clearly lost. He shepherded them into the back of his squad vehicle and called it in: “I got two rogue goats here.” He wasn’t worried about the condition of the car. The back of that car had seen more hostile characters in its day. He posted a cute picture of them on Facebook with the caption, “Got goats? We do, and they do not belong to us … They are currently riding around with Sgt. Fitzpatrick, serenading him in goat music. Though he is thankful for the company on this cool Sunday morning, he would gladly return them to their owners. He is running out of vegetables to feed them.” Louis and Mowgli appear cool and collected in the photo. (Perhaps it wasn’t their first time in the back of the police car.) Luckily, their owner saw the post and quickly came to retrieve them. To announce their safe return, Fitzpatrick posted another cute selfie with his four-legged friends, saying, “The goats have been returned home. Louis and Mowgli enjoyed their day trip with Sgt. Fitzpatrick, but alas, all good things come to an end. Perhaps in the next budget year we can inquire as to getting some patrol goats.”


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¼ cup mayonnaise ¼ cup sour cream

1 medium clove garlic, minced ¼ cup finely chopped cilantro leaves 4 ears corn, shucked 1 lime, cut into wedges

½ cup finely crumbled feta cheese ½ teaspoon chili powder

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1. Set burners of gas grill to high heat and allow to preheat for 5 minutes. 2. Combine mayonnaise, sour cream, cheese, chili powder, garlic, and cilantro in large bowl. Stir until well-combined and set aside. 3. Place corn on hot grill, rotating occasionally. Grill until cooked through and charred in spots on all sides, for about 8 minutes. 4. Transfer corn to bowl with cheese mixture and use large spoon to evenly coat each ear on all sides. Sprinkle with extra cheese and chili powder and serve immediately with lime wedges. Recipe inspired by seriouseats.com .

Look out, K-9 unit. These goats aren’t kidding around.

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