Chevrolet often goes all-in as America’s auto brand, so it’s no surprise that the company also supports America’s troops. At the most recent Army-Navy football game, for example, Chevy presented seven full-size Silverado pickups to Operation Homefront. This national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization has an A- grade from Charity Watch and is on a mission to “build strong, stable, and secure military families so they can thrive — not simply struggle to survive — in the communities they worked so hard to protect.”
The Bowtie brand also has a long military history of its own that dates all the way back to World War II. That’s when Chevy stopped making new cars and trucks entirely to produce armored vehicles, airplane engines, and tank parts instead. Now, there are everyday military benefits available as well from Chevrolet, including a comprehensive discount program that offers financial incentives to current members of the armed forces, veterans, and retirees alike.