"Mike Rowe gets it. Yes, the same Mike Rowe who hosts Dirty Jobs and is the spokesman for Ford. He gets it when it comes to agriculture."http://dustonthedashboard.blogspot.c...e-gets-it.html
"Mike Rowe, host of Dirty Jobs on the Discovery Channel, has a column on his MikeRoweWorks.com Web site addressing the political challenges now facing American agriculture." http://www.drovers.com/news_editoria...675&ed_id=6896
Peeps are referring to this article by Susan Griepsma ~
AEM and Mike Rowe Have Kicked Off The 'I Make America' Campaign
Ms. Griepsma states she normally does not start an article the way she did.
http://brandsunderconstruction.com/blog/?p=373Just for fun – check out Mike Rowe’s website – www.MikeRoweWorks.com. It is the perfect culmination of his past Dirty Jobs, his brand, and his own personality on a website about hard working, dirty jobs. I took a screen shot below for those of you that are still skeptical. This man knows he is a brand.
Agriculture, It's more than part of life. It's a passion, a lifestyle, a resilient community that works hard to feed the world!
Read the complete blog:I’m sure you have seen the show Dirty Jobs featuring Mike Rowe and is adventures diving into some of the “dirtiest” jobs Americans tackle on a daily basis. Have you checked out his website mikeroweworks.com, or more specifically his blog on Farming, Fishing, and Food? It’s something to check out if you haven’t.
Back in September Mike posted about his visit to the FFA convention and once again he questions how “300 million Americans – all addicted to eating – have become disconnected from the people who provide our food?” Check out an excerpt from this post:
Agriculture Proud Blog ~ The Future of Farming
"A special thanks to Mike Rowe for helping us unveil the authentic canvas of American agriculture."
I like that, "authentic canvas of American agriculture". Nicely put.
submitted by Jim Kollaer 2/13/2011
"You might know him from the Discovery channel program, Dirty Jobs or more recently as the spokesman for Ford on the Super Bowl ads, but did you know that Mike Rowe has a construction industry website meant to entertain and inform? It is a creative way to see more of what the industry has to offer including 112 job profiles, videos of skilled tradesmen talking about their work, job listings and much more."