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Long Love Cars

Reprinted from PN June 2012

Three disabled vets will receive new vehicles as result of Long Love Cars, a PVA/Pennzoil contest that supports employment program.

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Pennzoil racing team driver AJ Allmendinger and veterans Anthony Radetic and Noah Currier support the Mission: ABLE campaign.

Three disabled veterans will have the opportunity to drive off in one of three new vehicles this fall as part of PVA’s Long Love Cars contest.

PVA and the makers of Pennzoil have teamed to support the Mission: ABLE campaign by generously retrofitting and donating three vehicles — one car, one van and one SUV/truck — for veterans with disabilities.

To determine the recipients of the three adapted vehicles, all disabled vets 18 years or older are encouraged to enter. If you are a caregiver, spouse or family member of a disabled veteran, you may also nominate your deserving someone.

The contest is open for entries until August 1. A panel from PVA and Pennzoil will then narrow down the entries to six finalists. The six will be posted online September 1–30, and the public will vote to select the three winners. 

The winners will be announced and awarded at a ceremony on/around Veterans Day in November.

To enter or for more information, visit pva.org/longlovecars. 

 

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