While we may reminisce about all the Ford Bronco builds from SEMA 2021, plans are underway for SEMA 2022 happening early November. And one of those projects will be an all-female Bronco build. The team will utilize a four-door Bronco Wildtrak, and the organization heading up the project is currently looking for help.
The SEMA BusinessWomen’s Network (SBN) has partnered with Ford to exhibit an all female build at this year’s show. Ford donated the group a Bronco Wildtrak. The project will officially kick off this summer in Southern California. Women will customize all aspects of the Bronco including drivetrain, engine, paint, and interior to name a few.
This isn’t the first time something like this has happened though. A decade ago, SBN won an award for their all-female Mustang build which in turn helped raise awareness about women in the industry and the network itself. This time around the build looks to continue to highlight current women in the auto industry and recruit more members.
“We know that automobiles are exciting and that there are countless job opportunities for women in the industry, the 2022 SBN all-female vehicle build will again shine the light on this important initiative and help women see what’s possible,” SBN chair-elect Sara Morosan said.
Morosan is no stranger to these types of builds. The award winning Baja Forged Ford Bronco seen at SEMA 2021 was put together by Morosan and sister Theresa Contreas as was the Baja Forged Bronco Sport Badlands that honored a legend of the Bronco family. The duo are the founders of LGE-CTS Motorsports based in Johnson Valley, California (the seeming birthplace of the Bronco). They have collaborated and consulted on a number of projects with big corporations such as Ford, Kia, and Mickey Thompson Tire and Wheels. They’ve also paired up with Jay Leno, Chip Foose and country singer Luke Bryan on projects as well. Interested gals can sign up now as a volunteer to assist in media/content, recruitment, and event planning among other things. Nicole Bradle at [email protected] is the point of contact for any inquiries.