RodMoe is correct. The Fiesta Movement: Social Remix (which was the third Fiesta Movement) ended last December. The idea behind the Fiesta Movement was to select 100 of the most influential people online, give them a Fiesta, and have them record their adventures. The first Fiesta Movement used German spec 2009 Fiesta's with UK gauge cluster. The program lasted 6 months, unless you were lucky enough to be one of the 12 selected to be an expert on the virtual launch team and you got the car for an additional 6 months. I was one of the lucky ones and had my Fiesta for a full year. The left over cars from the program went to the Octane Academy, Team O'Neil Rally School, or went back to Europe. Mine is either an R2 or a Recce car in the UK. In 2013, Ford relaunched the Fiesta Movement for the redesigned Fiesta and for the ST. 100 people were selected with 20 of them being ST agents. My brother and I were the first ST agents selected, but it had to remain secret for many weeks as we were on a secret mission to film the X Games in Brazil along with filming a TV commercial with Brian Deegan. A few months after our trip to Brazil, the rest of the ST agents were announced. We took delivery of our ST in June and had it until July. With all the legal issues that are now present in the world of social media marketing, I don't know if there will ever be another Fiesta Movement. I am very proud to have been a part of the program and have gained many new friends from it.
My YouTube, Instagram, and Flickr feeds are loaded with Fiesta Movement content from both events and are all under the BRGT350 screen name. Here is the Brazil video from the X Games that kicked off the Fiesta ST program.