Friday, November 13, 2015

Ferguson Buick GMC Determined to Help Our Country's Veterans

There are hundreds of catastrophically disabled service members who need specially designed homes to live normal lives. Building For America’s Bravest has set out to build specially designed homes for our country’s disabled veterans. The waiting list is long - and for every home they build, another three veterans join the list. When the call came, these brave service members went. They made extraordinary sacrifices in our place. Please help give them a home they can come home to. Your donation will make a real difference in a service hero’s life. 

Ferguson Buick GMC in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is proud to participate in the GMC #enlistme program. For this campaign, GMC is partnering with the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and their Building For America's Bravest program to help bring smart homes to catastrophically injured Veterans, so that these courageous men and women can live better and more independent lives. These homes use adaptive technology, and are energy efficient, accessible and automated. So far, 44 such homes have been built or are in the process of being built. The foundation is aiming to build a minimum of 200 smart homes, and many Veterans are currently on the wait list for them. See Cpl. Todd Nicely's story below.

GMC vehicles represent the very best of intelligence and strength, giving way to effortless efficiency. At the end of the day, we want to help make our drivers' lives a little easier. Adaptive technology take on new meaning for each driver. At Ferguson Superstore, we're eager to support GMC's collaboration with the "Building for America’s Bravest" program. This program seeks to provide catastrophically injured veterans with smart homes that can meet their day-to-day needs. Learn how you can help make their houses feel more like homes when you check out the link below.


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