The Houston Area Chevy Dealers and the Military Warriors Support Foundation honored one of our nation's combat wounded heroes on Friday, Sept. 15, with the surprise of a 100 percent, payment-free 2018 Chevrolet Equinox presented to him at the Houston Astros game, before he threw out the first pitch of the game. During the presentation, U.S. Army Specialist Matthew Connally was recognized as a Chevrolet Everyday Hero for his service and sacrifice to our country. Connally was brought onto the field under the guise that he was chosen to represent the 500 veterans attending the game for the Houston Area Chevy Dealers Military Appreciation Nights, and threw the first pitch.
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SEPTEMBER 10, 2013
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DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION
2013 - COMBAT WOUNDED VETERANS OF AMERICA, INC.
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