Ford’s new Spokespuppet for the 2012 Ford Focus

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Doug is Ford’s new Spokespuppet for the 2012 Ford Focus. Doug doesn’t mess around, he tells it like it is, and if you hit him up on Facebook or Twitter, he’ll probably hit you back.

The original video of Doug thwarting a robbery has garnered over 300K views on YouTube and caused Ford to choose him as their spokespuppet.

Doug now has his own YouTube channel with videos of him going over the features of the all new 2012 Ford Focus. There will be more videos added every week over the next few months so keep checking back.

Ford’s got some major talent behind Doug’s adventures, including Paul Feig (Director: The Office, Freaks and Geeks) and Rob Cohen (writer: The Simpsons); actor/comedian Paul F. Tompkins (Anchorman: The Legend of Run Burgundy) voices Doug, and John Ross Bowie (Reno 911, Curb Your Enthusiasm) plays John the Ford guy (and Doug’s handler).

(source: M80)


Press Conference: Ford Taps Doug (the Orange Puppet) as 2012 Focus Spokesperson.

Doug Tours the Exterior of the All-New Focus.

Doug Tours the Interior of the All-New Focus.

Doug, the Orange Puppet, Gives John the (Not-So) Silent Treatment.

Doug Raises His Freak Flag.

Doug Reveals His Secret Fear.

Doug Tests Sandwich-Making Technology in New Focus.

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