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Giving Thanks…

Giving Thanks…

Here at Coker Tire, we’re all about family. This company was founded by Harold Coker and he’s a family-man, too…ask me how I know. We’ve always been the type to have a big Thanksgiving dinner, and we find it very important to get the family together as often as possible. A large part of my … Continued

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My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys

My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys

If you like country music and have a fond place in your heart for Cowboys, you have probably heard that famous country song listed in the title of my blog entry. Actually i have a number of hero’s other than Cowboys and high up on that list are those who have dedicated themselves to another … Continued

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They Always Said I Had A Face for Radio…

They Always Said I Had A Face for Radio…

That’s more true now than ever because I’m the host of a radio show! That’s right–good ole boy, Corky Coker, from Tennessee has made it to the big time. It’s called Street Rodder Radio, and it’s a joint effort from Street Rodder magazine and the folks at Entertainment Radio Network. I’m the host and we … Continued

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Nicknames like Corky and Pinky…

My name “Corky” is a nickname… my mom wanted to name me a bible name so she came up with Joseph, which means “he will have a big mustache one day”. Although my mom named me Joseph, my dad nicknamed me “Corky”. All that to tell you that nicknames given to us as kids often … Continued

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A New Coker…or Two

A New Coker…or Two

My father’s father was one of 13 brothers and sisters raised in the hills of Western North Carolina in a little area near Murphy called Brasstown. His name was Hardy but everyone including folks in the community called him Pop. Pop died a few years back at 97 years young. Fast forward a few years … Continued

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IF THE SHOE FITS…

IF THE SHOE FITS…

As most of you know, I like to drive my cars, and you can bet the really fun ones I enjoy driving always have a manual transmission. When a collector car like my ’37 Shafer 8 Indy car is driven to it’s maximum capability, it’s a sweet symphony of hand, eye and foot coordination. Matching … Continued

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