The new Reed Brothers Dodge History Facebook page will convey an abundance of unique automotive related content such as articles, links, blogs, and historical photographs, as well as a family business history that parallels the evolution of the Dodge automobile. With the Like, Share and Comment features, everyone will be open to joining the conversation. The page has been set it up for public viewing, so users will not need a Facebook account to view the page.
Reed Brothers also has a new blog, “Reed Brothers Dodge History (1915-2012)” which can be found at www.reedbrothersdodgehistory.wordpress.com. On this blog, readers will find an historic timeline that showcases their company’s history, how Reed Brothers Dodge came into being, and how the company overcame the inevitable changes and challenges throughout almost a decade of being in business. Their blog let's visitors participate in the daily posts and provides easy access to quality historical resources, photos, news, and events.
Reed Brothers also has a following on Twitter. “Follow” @reedbrothers on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/
Reed Brothers Dodge was one of the oldest Dodge dealerships under the same family ownership in Maryland, and one of the oldest in the entire nation. The first Dodge was offered to the public in 1914. Lewis Reed and Roy and Griffith Warfield opened their Dodge dealership and service facility just one year after Dodge made its first automobile. They named it the Rockville Garage. In 1918, Lewis Reed bought out the Warfield’s. In 1919, his brother Edgar Reed joined the business and the name changed to Reed Brothers Dodge.