A.R.E. garnered two GM Design Awards for its customized Wounded Warrior Project 2014 Chevrolet Silverado, which debuted at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas. A.R.E. won Chevrolet’s Best New Off Road Silverado and Best New Chevrolet Interior.
“We are extremely pleased Chevrolet recognizes the message conveyed through the look and feel of this Silverado on behalf of the Wounded Warrior Project,” said Bryan Baker, director of marketing, A.R.E. “It’s an honor to have Chevrolet recognize our truck build as the best out there in two categories. The fact that the build was centered around such a worthwhile cause makes this even more special.”
Featuring an A.R.E.’s Z Series Truck Cap, the Wounded Warrior Project truck was built by Trent’s Trick Upholstery, Lynch Concepts and A.R.E. Outfitted for serious off-roading, the truck has wheels from BMF, suspension from Skyjacker, Hellwig Sway Bars, Toyo Tires and an AutoHome USA Roof Top Tent System. The prizewinning interior included products from BedRug and a speaker system from KICKER.
The Wounded Warrior Project supports and encourages experiences that contribute to independence and quality of life for veterans. To help spread the Wounded Warrior Project’s message, the vehicle will attend the Country Music Association Festival, Ground Zero in New York City, Wounded Warrior Project events, sporting events, auto shows and outdoor expos.
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