For the sixth year in a row, Chevrolet was the official vehicle sponsor of the annual Army-Navy Game. At the rivalry match-up, which Navy won for the 14th year in a row, Chevrolet unveiled a Chevy Silverado Special Ops Concept. This truck will have a limited production and will go on sale next spring. And, for every Special Operations Silverado sold, part of the proceeds will benefit the Navy SEAL Museum.
The museum, located in Ft. Pierce, Florida honors the service and legacy of all Navy SEALS and is recognized as the birthplace of the Navy SEALS.
For the Army side, Chevrolet will sponsor the U.S. Expeditions and Explorations (USX) Mt. Everest Expedition Team as they work toward putting the first active-duty soldier and combat-wounded U.S. veterans on top of the world’s tallest mountain in April 2016.
“We sincerely appreciate the support of Chevrolet as we take on this bold challenge,” said U.S. Army Capt. Matt Hickey, USX co-founder and team member, in a statement. “Although our goal is big, so are the needs of today’s veterans, and our mission and Chevrolet’s support inspires others to get involved.”
In addition to this game sponsorship, Chevrolet supports our troops by offering an exclusive military discount for all Active Duty, Reserves, and retired personnel and veterans within a year of discharge. For more information on the military discount, give us a call at El Dorado Chevrolet.