The two-years-bankrupt electric vehicle company Corbin Motors has been rescued by Ohio businessman and holy roller Dana Myers, who feels that a sustainable business may somehow be built out of the three-wheeled electric car/motorcycle things, dubbed Sparrows. Corbin only managed to churn out 300 of these babies, and many were recalled for defects, so the Sparrow never really left the ground. Myers was looking for an environmentally-responsible place to throw some cash, and he says that "After a period of prayer, the concept of electric vehicles came to my attention." The company is now named Myers Motors and they plan to offer rehashed Sparrows by December. Unfortunately, the company has positioned itself as a kind of religious brand, with "Glorify God" and "Share our financial success on behalf of God's Kingdom" being part of the "Values" section of the website. Scary.
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