Military Appreciation Night

Military Appreciate Night was a success at the Twin Cities Auto Show in 2017. 

Active, retired and disabled military professionals receiveed FREE ADMISSION to the Twin Cities Auto Show on March 14 with valid military credentials. Family and friends of military professionals received $2 off at the gate. 

The Greater Metropolitan Automobile Dealers Association, the association who owns and operates the Twin Cities Auto Show, donated $37,365 to the United Heroes League during the Military Appreciation Night Ceremony.  Money was raised through an oil change promotion that ran during February. For every oil change that took place at a participating dealership, a $1 was donated to the United Heroes League. 

The United Heroes League MIssion is ensuring that children of military memberes are afforded every opportunity to particpate in sports. They accomplish that by providing free equipment, free military kids camps, special events and financial assistance for registration fees and other costs associated with playin the game they love.  

A ceremony took place at 7:00 pm in the main exhibit hall. 
Participating in the ceremony was the American Legion, the Disabled American Veterans and the Veterans of Foreign War color guards. The 34th Infantry Division "Red Bull" Band performed and a National Guard representative spoke.

Military Appreciation Night will be back in 2018!  Check back for more information. 

 

                

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The “Hiring our Heroes” wrapped Tacoma showcases Toyota’s commitment to “Hiring our Heroes,” a nationwide initiative to help veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses find meaningful employment opportunities.

 

 

Special thanks to SuperAmerica for sponsoring Military Appreciation. Their sponsorship allows us to welcome military professional to Tuesday night at the auto show at no cost. 

GMADA dealers:  Please use the below graphics to promote your participation in the Oil Change program that supports the United Heroes League.