On December 13th, two forces of our nation collide at the 115th Army-Navy Game presented by USAA. As the Official Vehicle of the game, Chevrolet proudly stands and salutes them both.
Our support of the military is an extension of a century-long commitment to the armed forces by General Motors. In 1917, 90 percent of GM’s truck production was directed toward WWI manufacturing.
During WWII, all of GM’s plants were converted to support war efforts. Not a single civilian vehicle rolled off a GM assembly line between the winter of 1942 and the fall of 1945. As part of President Roosevelt’s “Arsenal of Democracy,” Chevrolet played a vital role in the war effort, producing combat vehicles and related components for use on land and sea, engines for bomber and cargo airplanes, and guns and shells.
Today, Chevrolet supports the Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans to help veterans of all armed forces overcome their injuries through athletics.
By also working with Cell Phones for Soldiers, employing more than 5,000 veterans, and offering special pricing for our military heroes, Chevrolet provides strength on the road and in life for those who strengthen our nation.
See the many ways Chevrolet gives back at ChevySalutes.com.
And be sure to tune in to CBS for the 115th Army-Navy Game on December 13th.