Win with La Raza at Planet Ford in Humble

It’s time to kick off the weekend with cool cars and tons of fun! LaRaza 97.9 will be on location Saturday, Oct. 21st, from 10 a.m. to noon.  Join Randall Reed’s Planet Ford in Humble (serving Kingwood, Atascocita, Katy, Conroe, greater Houston) for free food, including fajitas, rice and other fixings.

You Could Win!

Plus, you could win great prizes from 97.9 FM. Some of the cool items include Renaissance Festival tickets, toys for the kids and a pair of Angus boots.  *See the radio station staff for full contest details.

Dream Wheels

Check out our great deals on new wheels.  Ask about how you can get Ford Employee pricing. It’s only available for a limited time! So don’t miss out on these huge savings. Test drive a new Ford F-150, Ford Super Duty, Ford Explorer, Ford Expedition, Ford Mustang or one of our many other car cars, trucks and SUVs.

Planet Ford is located at 19000 Eastex Freeway Humble TX, 77338. You can visit online anytime at! See you Saturday!

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Planet Ford in Humble Recognized as Top 10 Ford Dealer in US

Randall Reed, CEO/Owner congratulates Planet Ford team for Top 10 in Nation Achievement

Randall Reed’s Planet Ford in Humble has been name one of the Top 10 Ford Dealers in the Nation! Thank you for choosing Planet Ford on Hwy. 59 (serving Humble, Kingswood, Atascocita, Katy, Conroe and greater Houston).  This week, Randall Reed, the CEO/Owner of World Class Automotive Group celebrated the dealership and team members success during his visit.

“Year after year and during this challenging time after the storm, this team has done such a wonderful job in helping our community with all of their automotive needs and beyond,” said Mr. Reed. In September, the Planet Ford family took their winning attitude and team spirit to new heights despite any increased demands or challenges.

The dealership team was prepared. Randall Reed’s Planet Ford family is known for their award-winning service.  “This is a team that is ready to help and it shows! Planet has won Ford’s Triple Crown, the Presidents Award and many other 5 years consecutively,” Mr. Reed said. 

John Centner, General Manager/VP for World Class Automotive agreed, “We are thankful that we have such a passionate team that is committed to our customers, our community and helping people with all of their automotive needs.”

Congratulations to the entire team Planet Ford in Humble team for the hard work you put in daily as you continue to strive for excellence!

To learn more about Planet Ford in Humble, take the short drive on Hwy. 59 or log on to for award-winning service and savings!

*Based on Ford Motor Co. September 2017 New Ford reporting
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Drive One 4UR Community: Lend HAAM a Helping Hand

You’re invited for some community FUNdraising that is free to be part of, quick, easy and will help a lot of your neighbors. Join Randall Reed’s Planet Ford in Humble (serving Kingwood, Atascocita and Houston), Thursday, Oct. 12th, from 3 to 6 p.m. at Humble First Assembly of God Church.

Humble-area community members are invited to test drive a new Ford car, truck or SUV for a great cause.  For every test drive, you will trigger a donation to Humble Area Assistance Ministries (HAAM). The organization helps community residents in crisis by providing essential resources to those in need, especially after Hurricane Harvey, and help people move towards self sufficiency.

Each test drive only takes 10-15 minutes. It’s fun, easy and for every completed drive, Ford Motor Co. will provide a $20 donation to help fund important items benefiting those in our community in need. We will have a variety of vehicles to choose from: Ford Mustang, Ford F-150, Ford Fusion, Ford Focus and more! Our goal is to get 300 drivers and raise $6,000 from Ford.

What: Fun Ford Test Drive of new trucks, cars & SUVs

When: Thursday, Oct. 12, 3-6 p.m.

Location: Humble First Assembly of God Church

1915 FM 1960 Bypass in Humble

For question, preferred drive time or information, contact:

Please note, you must be 18 or older and have a valid drivers license.  

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Planet Ford Supports “In the Pink of Health” Luncheon for Breast Cancer Awareness

Randall Reed’s Planet Ford in Humble (serving great Houston, Kingwood, Atascocita, Conroe) is proud to serve as a Hot Pink Sponsor of the 10th Annual “In the Pink of Health” luncheon benefiting Northeast Hospital Foundation and Project Mammogram.

The “In The Pink of Health” luncheon, held on Oct. 21st,  is the primary fundraiser for the Northeast Hospital Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. Net proceeds from the luncheon benefit the programs of the foundation and Memorial Hermann Northeast’s cancer programs. This year’s proceeds will benefit Project Mammogram, a program that provides free mammograms and diagnostic breast care services for qualifying individuals.

Each October, Planet Ford seeks ways to help bring awareness to and support breast cancer awareness. Project Mammogram has been providing women who are uninsured or have high deductibles that live in our community. The project not only offers free mammogram services, they provide some follow-up treatment services, such as ultrasounds, to those in need. It has helped hundreds of women each year and at no charge to those in need of the assistance.

To learn more about the luncheon, visit their Facebook page. Memorial Hermann or Project Mammogram, visit  Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital.



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New Ford F-450 Limited Makes Debut

New Ford F-450 Limited delivers technology and comfort previously reserved only in premium flagship sedans with the capability to tow more than 30,000 lbs.

Randall Reed’s Planet Ford in Humble, Texas is excited to see what’s new from Ford Motor Company – America’s truck leader. The American automaker has unveiled the new F-Series Super Duty Limited. It sets new luxury standards for high-end heavy-duty truck drivers.

With a price tag of $87,100, the Ford F-450 Limited delivers on all fronts, including technology and comfort previously reserved only in premium flagship sedans, and it’s capable enough to tow more than 30,000 lbs. – about the weight of a stealthy Air Force F-35 fighter plane.

“The Super Duty lineup is a win for all of our customers, from successful ranchers to contractors to RV owners” said Todd Eckert, Ford Truck group marketing manager. “Super Duty Limited is the most luxurious and advanced heavy-duty pickup truck ever created by Ford for accomplished buyers with appetites for the high life and hard-earned dollars to match”

The starting MSRPs (including $1,295 destination; taxes and fees not included) are:

  • F-250 Super Duty Limited 4×4                      $80,835
  • F-350 Super Duty Limited 4×4                      $82,010
  • F-450 Super Duty Limited 4×4                      $87,100

Customers who check every option box can top one out for as much as $94,455.

What’s the point?

“There are heavy-duty truck customers who need Super Duty-level capability and want true luxury,” Eckert said. “We created this new truck to answer the call for even more premium choices in the Super Duty range as we see more and more truck customers trending to more premium models.”

More than 50 percent of the Super Duty lineup’s retail sales this year are high-end models – including Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum series. Limited goes even further.

“Imagine opening the door to your humidor and sinking into your favorite leather lounge chair – that’s the sensation new Super Duty Limited inspires,” said Ford design manager Aileen Barraza.

Custom Camelback two-tone leather seats, premium stitched leather-wrapped steering wheel, armrests and instrument panel, Miko® suede headliner, hand-finished dark ash wood trim, special badging set the interior apart. Outside, a special twin-bar satin grille with chrome accents, quad-beam LED lights and satin-finished tailgate applique are Limited’s unique calling cards. Each Limited also has a dedicated serial number laser-etched on the center console armrest.

Most Super Duty tech ever

Beyond the hand-crafting, Super Duty Limited comes standard with advanced and innovative features to get the job done on ranches, in marinas and everywhere in between. This includes:

  • Class-exclusive high-definition 360-degree camera with Trailer Reverse Guidance
  • Class-exclusive SYNC® 3
  • Class-exclusive BLIS® with trailer coverage
  • Class-exclusive adaptive cruise control
  • Class-exclusive adaptive steering
  • Lane-keeping alert
  • Forward collision warning with brake support
  • Class-exclusive flat rear load floor with fold-up locking storage
  • Class-exclusive quad-beam LED headlamps
  • Full panoramic moonroof with retractable shade
  • Heated and ventilated front seats, plus heated rear seats
  • Leather-trimmed, heated steering wheel

Is Ford backing away from heavy-duty truck buyers with fewer greenbacks? No way!

Ford has a heavy-duty pickup truck for every customer – from work-ready F-250 XL starting at $32,890 to top-of-the-line F-450 Limited starting at $87,100.

Super Duty Limited crew cab arrives this winter with Ford’s 6.7-liter Power Stroke® diesel V8 across F-250, F-350 and F-450 single- or dual-rear-wheel configurations.

When it’s time to shop for a new Ford, certified pre-owned (CPO) Ford or pre-owned vehicle, visit visit Randall Reed’s Planet Ford in Humble, Texas (serving Houston, Atascocita, Kingwood, Katy Conroe) for great deals and award-winning service! Shop online anytime at!

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Why Jason Cassidy Chooses Quick Lane on Hwy. 59

Jason Cassidy is famous for his amazing musical talents. We think he also has a great talent for choosing the right place to take his Ford truck and Chevy car for vehicle maintenance, service and repairs.

That’s right! When Jason needs auto assistance, he turns to Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center in Porter and Humble on Hwy. 59!

Watch: See Why Jason Cassidy Loves Quick Lane on Hwy. 59! 

No matter the make or model, Quick Lane services them all. Ford, Toyota, Mazda, Chevrolet, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia and more, we can help with everything from brakes and batteries to oil changes and wiper blades.

Didn’t make an appointment? No problem! We’re open six days a week and don’t required a service appointment. Walk in, let us help you with your service needs and we’ll work to get you back on the road… quick!

Learn more at! We’re here to help with all your car, truck and SUV service needs!

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Ford Provides Post-Hurricane Harvey Auto Assistance

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Planet Ford in Humble on Hwy. 59 is dedicated to helping in every way we can to make sure you and your loved ones  receive as much assistance as possible and as quickly as possible!

Ford Motor Company
 has made an important storm recovery announcement. Planet Ford wants to make sure  our community has all the helpful details.

A-Plan Pricing

Anyone who lost a a vehicle (all makes and  models) during Hurricane Harvey can purchase a new Ford with A-Plan pricing. The pricing, normally only available to Ford employees, is cheaper than any special price plan Ford offers. See us for details.

No Payments for 120 Days

There is no need to worry about taking on a new car payment during this time of rebuilding and recover. There are no payments for 120 days. That means there are no payments until 2018.

First Responders

We want to thank our first responders for their extra hard work with an extra $1,000 rebate for first responders.  Ask for details when you visit.

0% APR for 72 Month

We have 0% APR for 72 months on select vehicles to help your vehicle dollars go even further. During your visit, ask our team for more information.

Storm-Damage Free Inventory

Thankfully, all of Planet Ford in Spring’s inventory not impacted by flood waters. We want the opportunity to earn your business as you recover from Hurricane Harvey. Visit to learn more, see our inventory or take the short drive to planet Ford on Hwy. 59 in Humble. We want to help you get back on the road as quick as possible.

*Available for a limited time. See dealer for full programs details. 

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Planet Ford Closes Temporarily For Hurricane Harvey

Due to Hurricane Harvey and flood danger, Planet Ford in Humble on Hwy. 59 will be closing for the remainder of the day. This also affects our Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center locations in Humble and Porter.

Planet Ford will open as soon it is determined to be safe to do so for all of our employees and for our customers.

Please follow all suggested precautions to stay safe.  Planet Ford, serving the Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita, Katy, Conroe and Houston areas, will post updates on our website, blog and social media in an effort to keep all informed.

For those with vehicles at our facility, at this time, we are not experiencing flooding, but will continue to keep all updated.

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Planet Ford Celebrates Employee 50th Anniversary, Milestones

David Curtis receives his 50th anniversary trophy from John Center, World Class Automotive.

Happy 50th David Curtis!

Each month, Randall Reed’s Planet Ford team come together to celebrate special milestones, including birthdays and anniversaries.  This month was very special. We celebrated the 50th anniversary of David Curtis.

For five decades Mr. Curtis has been serving the automotive needs of our community. He has a passion not only for automobiles but for people. That is why he was also named Employee of the Month.  He shows how much he cares in the effort he puts forth every single day, and we are thankful for his hard work.

Planet Ford has a truly blessed to have such a wonderful and dedicated team. That is why our dealership is the highest award-winning dealership in the Houston area and a five-time consecutive winner of Ford’s top award, the Triple Crown.

Happy birthday and anniversary to all of our Planet Ford team celebrating these milestones this month.

Want to experience the Randall Reed difference for yourself, we invite you to take the short drive on Hwy. 59 to the sign for savings, selection and award-winning service.!



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Planet Celebrates Ford Truck Turns 100 Years Old

Randall Reed’s Planet Ford in Humble is “salebrating” 100 years of our favorite vehicle on the road today… The Ford truck. One hundred years ago today, Ford introduced its first purpose-built truck, the 1917 Ford Model TT. It forever changed the auto industry – and the very nature of work itself.
A century later, Ford trucks remain among the most iconic vehicles in the world. F-Series is America’s best-selling truck for 40 consecutive years and best-selling vehicle for 35 straight years. In Canada, Ford F-Series has enjoyed 51 consecutive years as best-selling pickup and now marks seven straight years as best-selling vehicle.

Over the past 100 years, Ford continuously has worked to improve its trucks by listening to truck owners and developing new innovations that improve their ability to get the job done. These innovations give today’s Ford truck owners greater towing and hauling capability, advanced engines for improved efficiency, and driver-assist technologies that make it easier and more convenient to operate.

Birth of a legend

Nine years after the first Model T saw Ford customers asking for a vehicle that could haul heavier loads and provide greater utility for work and deliveries. On July 27, 1917, Ford responded with the Model TT, which retained the Model T cab and engine. The Model TT came with a heavier-duty frame capable of carrying one ton of payload. The factory price was $600; 209 were sold that year.

Similar to the Fordson tractor introduced in 1917, Henry Ford envisioned a chassis that could accommodate third-party beds, cargo areas and other add-ons to deliver the increased functionality needed to get work done. It was a formula for success. By 1928, Ford had sold 1.3 million Model TTs before replacing the truck with the more capable Model AA with a 1.5-ton chassis.

Henry Ford marketed his early trucks heavily in rural areas, according to Bob Kreipke, Ford historian. “Model AA trucks in particular had a certain class to them,” he said. “Customers could use them on the farm, yet still take them to church on Sunday.”

Like the Model TT, the Model AA was available exclusively as a chassis cab offered in two lengths, with new powertrain and axle options for greater capacity. To stay ahead in what had become a hotly competitive business, Ford replaced the Model AA with the even more capable Model BB in 1933. Many were outfitted as mail and freight vehicles, ambulances and stake trucks. Two years later, Ford introduced the 1935 Model 50 pickup, powered exclusively by its famous Ford Flathead V8 engine.

By 1941, Ford had sold more than 4 million trucks. Changing over to war production resulted in the loss of consumer sales but a gain in experience building heavy-duty military truck chassis and four-wheel-drive personnel carriers. A year after consumer production resumed in 1947, Ford leveraged that knowledge to provide even more innovations for its customers.

“After the war, a lot of rural Americans moved to urban and suburban centers looking for work, and many took their Ford pickups with them,” said Kreipke. “Ford saw this as an opportunity, and began work on the next generation of trucks for 1948, what came to be known as F-Series Bonus Built trucks.”

This first-generation F-Series covered Classes 2 through 7 capacities – from the half-ton F-1 to the much larger F-8 cab-over truck. With the arrival of the second-generation F-Series for 1953, Ford increased engine power and capacity, and rebranded the series. The F-1 became the
F-100, while F-2 and F-3 trucks were integrated into the new F-250 line. F-4 became F-350. Class 8 trucks were spun off into a new C-Series commercial truck unit that produced iconic C-, H-, L-, N-, T- and W-Series Ford trucks.

Throughout this period, Ford trucks started looking less utilitarian, sporting two-tone paint, automatic transmissions, and improved heater and radio offerings. New standard features debuted with the 1953 F-100, including armrests, dome lights and sun visors. Lower and with a wider cab, the new truck featured integrated front fenders and a more aerodynamic design.

Then, in 1957, Ford tested out a car-based truck – the Falcon Ranchero. Marketed as “More Than a Car! More Than a Truck!,” this light-duty truck brought car-like amenities to consumers.

Creating the Built Ford Tough brand

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In 1961 – 44 years after the Model TT – Ford introduced its fourth-generation F-Series. Lower and sleeker, it debuted the company’s revolutionary twin I-beam front suspension. An upscale Ranger package appeared in 1967. Ads emphasized improved comfort, value and durability, as Ford trucks now offered power steering and brakes, and a lower chassis profile. A larger SuperCab option introduced in 1974 featured more comfortable seating to attract dual-purpose work and family buyers.

With the arrival of the sixth-generation F-Series in 1975, Ford dropped the popular F-100, replacing it with a higher-capacity F-150 pickup to combat the C/K trucks from General Motors. By 1977, F-Series pulled ahead in the sales race, and 26 million trucks later, Ford hasn’t looked back.

That same year, a copywriter for a Ford truck magazine is said to have written three simple words that would come to define the brand – Built Ford Tough. It is more than a slogan – it’s the F-Series brand promise to its owners and the mantra for Ford’s entire truck team.

Trucks were fast becoming universal family vehicles, in addition to being work trucks, according to Kreipke. Instead of renting a truck for a big job or for towing, people now had ones they could use for work during the week, then hitch a trailer to and haul the family in for weekend getaways. Ford trucks were adapting to the changing, more active American lifestyle.

Premium edition trucks, such as the Lariat package introduced in 1978, offered more comfort features including air conditioning, leather trim, and power windows and locks. In 1982, Ford charted a different course with an all-new compact truck – Ranger. Versatile and efficient, Ranger quickly built a reputation for being tough and capable, leading it to thrive in diverse markets around the world. Now, after a seven-year hiatus, Ford is reintroducing an all-new Ranger in North America in 2019.

Expanding the Ford Tough Lineup

Ford reset the benchmark again in 1998 with the introduction of F-Series Super Duty. Engineered for fleet and heavy-duty work use, Super Duty – from the F-250 all the way up to the F-750 – more clearly defined Ford trucks for a growing base of commercial applications.

With an expanding lineup of F-Series trucks, the company added high-end trim and technology packages to meet customers’ diverse needs. The addition of King Ranch, Platinum and Limited model trucks provided more luxury content along with improved functionality and capability. Features such as premium leather-trimmed seating, SYNC® with navigation, sunroofs and heated seats, along with gross vehicle weight and tow ratings in the 15,000-pound range combined to deliver on the Built Ford Tough brand promise.

While Ford worked to continuously increase truck capabilities, the company made bold investments in efficiency, too. Powerful, yet efficient EcoBoost® V6 engine technology debuted for 2011, providing customers with better fuel economy and power. This was followed by the industry’s first high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body for the 2015 F-150, providing customers the “and” solution of greater efficiency and more capability. Two years later, 2017 Super Duty trucks also got lighter-weight high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy bodies – a savings Ford reinvested in providing best-in-class towing and hauling capability.

Innovation on the performance front continued, too, with Ford leading the way in the specialty truck segment. Early examples include Harley-Davidson F-150 and F-150 SVT Lightning. Then came Raptor – the first off-road trophy truck from a major manufacturer.

Inspired by desert racing and designed specifically to meet the needs of off-road truck enthusiasts, the purpose-built F-150 Raptor set the bar high for off-road performance. Today’s second-generation 2017 F-150 Raptor features a 450-horsepower EcoBoost V6, 10-speed transmission, and segment-exclusive Terrain Management System with electronic-controlled transfer case and differentials.

When you’re ready for a truck to get the job done, Planet Ford in Humble (serving Atascocita, Kingwood, Katy, Conroe and greater Houston) is your award-winning location for  selection, service and saving. Take the drive on Hwy. 59 to see and save for yourself. Logon anytime at

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