Museum Partners with Operation Homefront and Bergeron Auto to Honor
First manufactured in 1945, the Jeep became an icon of WWII. Known for dependability, Jeeps served our troops in every theater of the war and were used by each of the Allied countries in the fight for freedom and democracy.
Now The National WWII Museum has partnered with Jeep dealership Bergeron Auto and Operation Homefront Louisiana in a three-month promotion to benefit Louisiana’s current servicemembers, wounded warriors and their families who reside in the state.
For a limited time, Bergeron Auto is generously underwriting a night out at the Stage Door Canteen for servicemembers and their families, including dinner and musical entertainment. Tickets are coordinated through Operation Homefront and pre-registration is required.
Through December 17, 2012, stop by Bergeron Auto at 3525 Veterans Blvd. in Metairie, Louisiana, to test drive any Jeep vehicle, and receive a voucher for two free tickets to The National WWII Museum.
Bergeron Auto will make a $50 donation to Operation Homefront Louisiana with every Jeep sold through December 17, 2012.
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